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Articles from Habitat Australia (April 1, 2010)

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Ask the economist. O'Connor, Simon 338
Ask the GreenHome expert. Brief article 341
Australia's best eco-friendly holidays: did you know, the world's best eco-holiday destinations are in our own backyard? In this edited extract from Explore Australia's new book Australia's Best Eco-friendly Holidays by Ken Eastwood, we check out some of the most ethical and innovative. Eastwood, Ken 582
Australia's east coast marine wonderland. 436
Care for country campaign. Jenkins, Suzanne 363
Climate change campaign. Mohr, Tony Brief article 216
Climate cover-up: the crusade to deny global warming: James Norman looks at the global propaganda campaign that has, for over two decades and largely funded by the oil and gas industry, successfully made the public believe that climate science is controversial, unproven and unworthy of united global action. Norman, James 342
Dishwashers. Product/service evaluation 1274
Green skies. Pepper, Laele Letter to the editor 103
Healthy ecosystems campaign. Sinclair, Paul Brief article 303
How to revive the Murray-Darling? Just add water! The launch of a ground-breaking new campaign will see everyday Australians quite literally pour much-needed water back into this iconic river system. Talukdar, Ruchira 689
How to talk to a climate sceptic: it's always the way. Just when you think it's safe to start talking about doing something to tackle climate change, up they pop--individuals or groups trying to tell you that it isn't happening or it's nothing to worry about. Pascoe, Owen 832
Indigenous communities getting dumped in it. Again. As the Federal Government pursues controversial plans to dump nuclear waste in the Northern Territory, Justine Vaisutis takes a look back on a dirty industry and its devastating and long-lasting consequences for Indigenous people. Vaisutis, Justine 930
Introducing ... Danny Vadasz: a lifetime of social activism and a career in business places newly-appointed ACF Chief Operations Officer, Danny Vadasz, in an ideal position to take ACF into the future. With a focus on global sustainability, Danny never forgets that change begins in his own backyard. Interview 598
Letter from the CEO. Henry, Don 342
Making the switch. Freney, Ian Letter to the editor 141
Reconnecting the web of life: in this, the International Year of Biodiversity, Habitat explores why biodiversity is vital to our very existence and how it is hanging in the balance. Smitz, Paul Essay 1729
Removing seafood confusion: for the past three years ACF has been working with the Science Reference Panel (a team of leading Australian marine scientists) to remove seafood consumer confusion by taking the guesswork out of choosing sustainable seafood. Smyth, Chris 520
Sustainable Australia campaign. Richter, Monica Brief article 266
The Kimberley: big and unprotected: in this International Year of Biodiversity, we take a look at efforts to protect one of our most biologically unique regions: the Kimberley. McCaul, Justin 575
The natural rivers of the north: an indigenous perspective: Leah Talbot is ACF's Cape York Program Officer, and also a Kuku-Yalanji woman. Her traditional country is north of Cairns in the Bloomfield and Daintree rainforest regions. Being an environmental campaigner as well as an Indigenous person, Leah has a unique perspective on the future of rivers in Northern Australia. McCaul, Justin Interview 473
Walking an ancient landscape: it is the southern hemisphere's largest remaining tract of temperate rainforest, an area of global ecological significance and home to many threatened and endangered species. Yet outside the state of Tasmania, the Tarkine is barely known. Elke Kerr ventured deep into the wilderness. Monday, Alex 770

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