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Articles from Habitat Australia (January 1, 2010)

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2009 Council election results. 469
2009: the year in review: 2009 will be remembered as the year Australians stood up and demanded action on climate change. But it was also a year that Australia was rocked by the shocking Victorian bushfires; the Murray River was thrown a lifeline; Al Gore stopped by; and a strange-looking turtle got a break ... Vaisutis, Justine 642
A climate of fire: a year on from the devastating Black Saturday bushfires, what are the lessons learned? And is anyone listening? Smitz, Paul 618
Ask the economist. O'Connor, Simon 443
Beyond Copenhagen: the Copenhagen Accord that stumbled out of the last day and night of negotiations was only 'noted' by the UN because several countries would not support it. So what did Copenhagen actually achieve? And what happens next. Mohr, Tony Cover story 1373
Caracas, Venezuela. Monday, Alex 94
Care for country campaign. McCaul, Justin 360
Climate change campaign. Mohr, Tony Brief article 284
Eco-shopper. Ambrose, Margaret Buyers guide 217
Green and gone! Ambrose, Margaret 448
Healthy ecosystems campaign. Sinclair, Paul Brief article 317
Hitting the road ... the eco-way! My work as a Sustainable Transport Campaigner took a turn for the unexpected when I was asked to participate in the Global Green Car Challenge, a car rally from Darwin to Adelaide. Broadbent, Gail 500
How to create smarter urban environments: to ensure Australia's ongoing prosperity, the government is driving a progressive agenda for cities to become more sustainable, and currently there are many policies and projects addressing different elements. But how can we bring these elements together to create greener and smarter cities? Well, let's start with a round table. Trigg, Matthew 572
Letter from the president. Lowe, Ian Brief article 269
No more hot air. Bulbeck, Chilla Letter to the editor 114
Out of Africa ... is the message a newly formed alliance of NGOs and communities is sending to uranium miners and the nuclear industry. ACF's Dave Sweeney recently joined African and international campaigners on a tour of Tanzania--the new uranium frontline. Sweeney, Dave 1015
So retro: by now most of us understand the concept of retrofitting an existing home to maximise energy efficiency and sustainability. Now it's time to think bigger. If it's possible to retrofit an existing house, is it possible to retrofit an entire community? Davis, Jodie 591
Sustainable Australia campaign. Richter, Monica Brief article 198
The Dalai Lama's climate of change: what happens when the 14th Dalai Lama teams up with Australia's leading environmental organisation to talk about climate change? Habitat goes behind the scenes as the Buddhist leader spreads the word on activism and personal responsibility. Ambrose, Margaret 1350
Travelling north: how can visitors to northern and central Australia deepen their experience of the natural and cultural environment? And how can visitors spend their travel dollars in ways that provide the most benefit to the environment and to local Indigenous communities? Tupper, Graham 1339
Up, up and away ... your voices heard in Copenhagen! In November, ACF put out the call for every concerned Australian to make Executive Director Don Henry their 'proxy' at Copenhagen. ACF made sure your voices were heard loud and clear ... in a most unusual way! Walsh, Adam 420
Vancouver, Canada. Monday, Alex Brief article 84
You said what? ACF's Annual Supporter Survey 2009. Monday, Alex 816

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