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Articles from Habitat Australia (October 1, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
A BP oil spill in our own backyard? What if ... Vaisutis, Justine 632
After the federal election--the opportunities for action. Tupper, Graham 1317
Ask the economist. O'Connor, Simon Column 429
Care for country campaign. Jenkins, Suzanne Brief article 293
Climate change campaign. Mohr, Tony Brief article 230
Dump the dump! Sweeney, Dave 1287
Eco-camping just minutes from Sydney CBD: I had heard about Lane Cove River Tourist Park, and as a committed eco-camper, it was only a matter of time before I found myself checking it out first-hand. Travel narrative 658
Hal Holmes: a champion of environmental change. Smitz, Paul 704
Healthy ecosystems campaign. Sinclair, Paul Brief article 272
Introducing ... Chuck Berger: ACF's Director of Strategic Ideas talks about his rise from teenage computer-game nerd to environmental champion. Interview 686
It's time to unleash the clean energy investment boom! Did you know that a rapid scale-up of solar and other clean energy projects, such as geothermal and wave power, is within our grasp? Habitat discovers that Australia has the innovation and the resources but is lacking a vital ingredient to kick-start the boom. Poscoe, Owen 621
Letter from the CEO. Henry, Don 266
Making clean cheaper: an update on rebates and incentives: in recent months there have been changes to rebates and incentives offered by federal and state governments to householders wanting to make environmentally friendly improvements to their homes. Here is the latest on what you can claim back when you invest in energy- and water-saving measures. 556
Pavan Sukhdev puts nature on the balance sheet: have you ever wondered where the next environmental revolutionary would come from? O'Connor, Simon 820
Sustainable Australia campaign. Richter, Monica Brief article 290
Talking up forests. Smitz, Paul 835
The Climate Project--Asia Pacific: one year on: this time last year, world leaders were readying themselves for the UN negotiations in Copenhagen. Yet fewer eyes were trained on another meeting organised at around the same time--and one that is showing actual results: The Climate Project (TCP)'s first Asia-Pacific Summit. Lowe, Mim 1124
Time to end the importation of illegally logged timber: most Australians wouldn't realise that one in every five pieces of wooden furniture imported into Australia every year is believed to be made from illegal timber. But it's time we did and time it stopped. Tan, Lee 1395
Trilogy: saving the orangutans. Ambrose, Margaret Brief article 185
What's in a name? Organic food certification. McMillan, Sara 556

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