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Even the climate change sceptics are coming on-board. A recent study by the Berkeley Earth group confirms both a rising temperature and a closely related…
In what is now a seemingly regular occurrence for Melbournians, a 4.5 magnitude earthquake has rocked south east Victoria for a second time since a…
Magnitude 5.3 earthquake rocks Melbourne (and the social media) Felt as minor shaking with a low rumble throughout Melbourne, a mid-sized earthquake, reported to be the largest ever recorded in Victoria,  gave the Latrobe…
Having exhausted all other possible causes, Melbourne University researchers conclude that the dramatic increase in local temperatures over the past 60 years can only be…
Understanding how climate change could impact on the deterioration of the basic building block of much of Australia's infrastructure - concrete - is crucial to…
They are called Safe Road Trains for the Environment (SARTRE) and like something out of the film Minority Report they promise an improved way of…
Although Mr McGuire recommended 'plastics' to Benjamin in 'The Graduate', ye olde plastic bags are being bagged, done, dusted and dismissed from Tasmania's retail stores,…
The U.S. space agency NASA has produced the world's first map of the height of all Earth's forests. The map will help scientists learn more…
Beginning on Tuesday 29, 2010, Australia will hold its first climate change adaptation conference. It will be held on the Gold Coast for three days.

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