A leading UK climate scientist has used the Facebook page of the MP Craig Kelly to correct his “blatant misrepresentation” of a study she co-authored on a 70,000-year history of bushfires in Australia.
Morrison might not hold a hose when the bushfires are raging, but he knows how to put a fire hose on his colleagues Would the prime minister rule out protecting Australians from terrorism if it cost a
The scale and intensity of the Australian bushfires crisis is hard to wrap your head around. Since October, the bushfires have claimed at least 28 lives, destroyed more than 2,000 homes, and razed an of
Sir David Attenborough has said it is “palpable nonsense” to suggest that Australia’s bushfire crisis has nothing to do with climate changeas he warned “the moment of crisis” has arrived. The 93-year-old
Children born in 2012 haven’t lived a single day unaffected by climate change. A single, torrential rainstorm one day in June. An unseasonably warm day in January. A cold snap in late April. The wind,
To the editor: I applaud Evan Karlik for his insightful comparison of Australia and the United States as it relates to wildfires, climate change and our respective leaders’ obliviousness and lack of action.
Turnbull was Prime Minister of Australia from 2015 to 2018 Australia’s fires this summer—unprecedented in the scale of their destruction—are the ferocious but inevitable reality of global warming. A hotter,
The science minister, Karen Andrews, has said it’s “time for everyone to move on” from ideological debates on climate change. “Every second that we spend discussing if climate change is real is a second
In April 2005, a fire burnt much of Victoria’s beloved national park at Wilsons Promontory leading to the evacuation of holidaymakers from Tidal River. The fire was the result of a fuel reduction burn,
The Australian says it accepts climate science, so why does it give a platform to 'outright falsehoods'?
In an editorial on Saturday, the Weekend Australian defended the News Corp paper’s climate coverage in response to criticism that it had underplayed the bushfire crisis and chosen to highlight concerns
We write as scientists alarmed that a minister has ignored scientific evidence, relying instead on grossly misleading social media sources. In the House of Commons on 9 January, Foreign and Commonwealth
The Australian bushfires that have so far killed at least 28 people and potentially more than a billion animals are due to the actions of a relatively small number of people. No, not the several dozen
Rupert Murdoch’s Australian outlets have committed all manner of sins in their coverage of the country’s devastating bushfires, critics say. Led by The Australian broadsheet, publications in his News empire
As Australia’s unprecedented bushfire season continues to unfold, competing arguments have been made about the principal causes of the human and environmental tragedy – particularly around the role of
The world is watching Australia burn, and while there's an enormous amount of generosity, concern, and goodwill in the face of this unprecedented bushfire season, an ugly underbelly of misinformation emerged
When it comes to emissions, the 'too small to matter' argument is absurd, reckless and morally bankrupt
Australia’s unforgiving, unrelenting and unprecedented fires have demonstrated so clearly that the climate doesn’t recognise tricky “Kyoto carryover” accounting and doesn’t care for juvenile finger pointing
To deal with these sort of fires the first step is to acknowledge the scale of the problem David Bowman As the area burned across Australia this fire season pushes beyond five million hectares, an area
MOSCOW/LONDON (Reuters) - The Kremlin played down reports of a CIA spy inside Russia’s presidential administration, but said an official identified by Russian media as the likely U.S. mole had worked although
FILE - In this Monday, Feb. 27, 2017, file photo, President Donald Trump meets with health insurance company CEOs, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington. As Trump prepares to host his
Chris Brown Attacks Chvrches: “These Are the Type of People I Wish Walked In Front of a Speeding Bus”
Chvrches recently posted a statement on their social media expressing they were “really upset, confused, and disappointed” by recent collaborator Marshmello’s decision to work with Tyga and Chris Brown
It’s that time of year when skiers long for snow and scan the weather reports hopefully as they make plans for a winter getaway. You’re the one who doesn’t ski, but you still want to hang with the crowd.