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Fuelling the fire

The STand

Nov 14, 2018


Seasonally earlier and more intense fires are the face of climate change, warn ecologists. It’s time now to take control and cut emissions into the atmosphere as our forests are resilient – to a point.

Science, magnified and magnificent

The STand

July 20, 2018


It’s not every day that you get to see the inner workings of the brain or get up close with a fly thought to be extinct for 100 years that was recently spotted in Hobart.

"I'm towing a jumbo jet"  Life with MND

The STand

march 26, 2018


Justin Yerbury has dedicated his scientific career to finding a cure for the disease that has haunted his family. As Motor Neurone Disease takes hold of his body, he reflects on his path, his prognosis, and the people he loves.

 
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Every last drop

The STand

July 6, 2018


What if the coming shortage is not of water, but of storage? If so then we need to rethink how we capture, store, treat and recycle this most precious of resources.

A shared path to conserving our country

Australian Geographic

July 12, 2017


“This is a beautiful privilege to welcome you to my Country, and I’ll do it in my language,” Uncle Paul Callaghan says warmly, his back to the ocean, hands wide and feet grounded in sand.

 
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