The roar of the burning gas well could be heard almost a mile and a half away, from atop the high plateau where Albino Campo Maripe stood, looking down at the orange flames lapping the earth in the distance.
In Western Australia, state appears to be backtracking on letting traditional owners decide what is best for the land. The Dampier Peninsula, in the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia (WA), largest
While the world applauds the child protesters taking to the streets, fewer eyes are on their mums and grandmothers, whose activism is altogether quieter. In August 2014, gangs of older women in yellow
For Barb Binder, the bad news arrived with a knock on the door. That’s when she learned from a local activist that a patch of open public space across from her “forever home” in Broomfield County, the
When the channel country floods, the rivers of western Queensland spread like thousands of fractures through the red dirt, each snaking their way through the central desert towards Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre.