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Articles from Habitat Australia (April 1, 2012)

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A wild western story: West Kimberley National Heritage listing protects some of the stirrings of our national heart, but the job is not done. Freeman, Wade 455
ACF has a new virtual home; drop in for a visit at Brief article 164
Ask the economist. O'Connor, Simon 390
By order of Australia: ban nuclear weapons: on Australia Day, over 700 prominent Order of Australia recipients stepped forward as Australians for a Nuclear Weapons Convention. James Norman explains why. Norman, James Conference notes 510
Campaign updates. Sinclair, Paul; Richter, Monica; Maries, Claire; Jenkins, Suzanne 1486
Diving the Coral Sea: a trip underwater was all it took for Lucy Graham to see what is worth protecting. Graham, Lucy Brief article 266
Fission trip. Meadows, Josh Brief article 321
Green events. Calendar 327
Hi Earthkids! Poem 373
Jeffrey Lee honoured on Australia Day. Brief article 161
Let's take about World Heritage for Cape York Peninsula: it's hard to believe that despite its unique environmental and living cultural heritage, Cape York Peninsula is not on the international World Heritage list. Talbot, Leah 685
More than rain to make Murray right: it takes a good planning to ensure the health of our river. Henry, Don 757
Powering Fukushima: Peter Watts' family lived under the nuclear cloud of Maralinga. Peter recently spoke in Japan at the Global Conference for a Nuclear Power Free World on Australia's responsibility in the Fukushima disaster. Peter is the co-chair of the Australian Nuclear Free Alliance. Watts, Peter Conference news 518
Shining your light: habitat talks to high wattage volunteer Fieke Geerts about the power of giving back. Interview 874
State of the environment. Lowe, Ian 518
Stone hearts garage sales: musician Angus Stone has a chat with habitat editor Tabatha Fulker on why he can't resist a hand-drawn sign adorned with a few cultured balloons. Fulker, Tabatha Interview 679
Sunshine lights my night. Pool, Eileen Letter to the editor 134
Sustainability: don't sweat the small stuff: Alex Serpo is attempting to figure out what the key actions are that will most reduce your environmental impact for least efforts, time and money. Serpo, Alex 412
Tassie trees are still falling; the future prosperity of Tasmania's forest industry is dependant on the capacity of governments to deliver on the Statement of Principles. Hesketh, Lindsay 433
The Biggest Littlest World Environment Day Carnivale! The dirtgirlworld climate carnivale invaded the Sustainable Living Festival and you can join in the fun on World Environment Day. 578
The renewable energy future is here: it's time Australia embraced it. Imagine an Australia with close to half our energy coming from clean sources, and more national investment in renewable energy than coal and gas. It may soon be reality. Maries, Claire; O'Connor, Simon 1078
The two battles for the Coral Sea: the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Coral Sea will soon be commemorated, at a time when there is heated debate on future protection for the Coral Sea and its remarkable natural and cultural heritage. Smyth, Chris 604
Toxic trade: as the radioactive dust settles and the cleanup of the world's worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl continues, Dave Sweeney reflects on Australia's role in the Fukushima disaster. Sweeney, Dave 1119
Wrong way go back: it's time for Woodside to step away from the Kimberley. O'Connor, Simon Reprint 654

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