The Science Show and Ockham's Razor have always brought us commentary on the environment and climate change. Now Off Track takes us out to feel the breeze. Special features can also be found on Background Briefing and our other current affairs regulars: Breakfast, RN Drive, and the weekend Extras.
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On their own communities in the Pacific can’t protect their ocean from overfishing, pollution and coastal erosion. It’s a global problem and doesn’t only affect the environment on a big scale, but also the economy.
As bushfires continue to rage across Queensland and New South Wales, a new survey has found 81 per cent of Australians are worried climate change is worsening natural disasters.
As bushfires continue to rage across Queensland and New South Wales, a new survey has found 81% of Australians are worried climate change is worsening natural disasters.
Jackie Tradd spoke to RN Drive after touring evacuation centres around Noosa.
The Morrison Government has asked the ACCC to investigate allegations investors are hoarding water rights at the expense of farmers, as the east coast drought continues to ravage farming communities.
Hundreds of firefighters have worked through the night battling bushfires in NSW and Qld, as experts warn Australia must brace for more severe weather events.
New research is showing the overwhelming majority of Australians believe that global man-made warming is resulting in more extreme weather events, such as bushfires, droughts and flooding.
Bush Connections mixes nature therapy with land conservation techniques to build lasting benefits for people with disabilities, whilst restoring the hidden gem of Greswell Forest.
Being outdoors may make you healthier, using nature therapy to benefit people with disabilities, how to prioritise your health when you’ve got your dream job.
Greens leader Richard Di Natale joins RN Breakfast to discuss the recent bushfires in NSW and Queensland, saying the link to climate change is clear.
Minister for Natural Disaster and Emergency Services David Littleproud speaks on the more than 100 bushfires that burned over the weekend in NSW and Queensland.
A controversial report into the Barwon-Darling river system has warned the system is heading for collapse unless more is done to protect low-flow water from extraction and drought.
This week we hear some straight-shooting from the Murray-Darling Basin's top cop; and meat without the moo - the future of food, and the role of meat and plant-based alternatives.
Farmers warn of looming food price spikes this summer and zoo elephants chomp down on pineapple plants
Few places on earth are as exposed to the ocean as Kiribati; a chain of 32 islands spread across 3.5 million square km in the East Pacific. This program is a re-issue from the Off Track archives while Ann takes a short break.
AEMO's chief executive speaks on the challenges posed by the rush to develop new solar and wind projects, as Australia meets its renewable energy target ahead of schedule.
Clean Energy Council CEO Kane Thornton discusses Australia's Renewable Energy Target.
Our unique mammals are on the endangered list. Their habitats are consumed by expanding cities and destroyed by tree clearing and climate change. There's also an increased risk of disease. Join the scientists on a mission to save them.
Commemorations were held today where, 30 years ago, Prime Minister Bob Hawke launched Landcare at the junction of the Murray and Darling rivers.
The Australian Medical Association says the evidence is clear – climate change will increase mortality rates and even lead to worse mental-health.