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Monstrous Indigenous rangers struggle against the plastic ruining

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'Monstrous': Indigenous rangers' struggle against the plastic ruining Arnhem Land beaches | Australia news | The Guardian

'Monstrous': Indigenous rangers' struggle against the plastic ruining Arnhem Land beaches | Australia news | The Guardian

'Monstrous': Indigenous rangers' struggle against the plastic ruining Arnhem Land beaches | Australia news | The Guardian

'Monstrous': Indigenous rangers' struggle against the plastic ruining Arnhem Land beaches | Australia news | The Guardian

'Monstrous': Indigenous rangers' struggle against the plastic ruining Arnhem Land beaches | Australia news | The Guardian

Indigenous rangers to receive $250m in funding for jobs until 2021

'Monstrous': Indigenous rangers' struggle against the plastic ruining Arnhem Land beaches - Stats

Reducing Global Plastic Use is Key to Fight #Ocean #Pollution! #plasticpollutes | Plastic Pollution News | Ocean pollution, Oceans of the world, Plastic ...

impacts to algal mat, Boyne R #Gladstone w/ @CVAustraliapic.twitter.com/oUadQP1RDl

'Monstrous': Indigenous rangers' struggle against the plastic ruining Arnhem Land beaches | Marine Debris-Australia-New Zealand- Oceania | Marine debris, ...

Reducing Global Plastic Use is Key to Fight #Ocean #Pollution! #plasticpollutes

America's 51st state: North Australia

Next week, art lovers from all over Australia (and the world) will gather in the Top End as Darwin hosts the 12th year of the prestigious Darwin Aboriginal ...

Country Needs People shared a post.

Only rebellion will prevent an ecological apocalypse | George Monbiot | Opinion | The Guardian

The state of Australia's Indigenous languages – and how we can help people speak them more often

414 million pieces of plastic found on remote island group in Indian Ocean

'Monstrous': Indigenous rangers' struggle against the plastic ruining Arnhem Land beaches | Marine Debris-Australia-New Zealand- Oceania | Marine debris, ...

Oh the irony! “Help us create a better environment”. They need more help methinks. 'Green bags' ain't green. #plasticfree #mangroves #marinedebris ...

An outlandish idea, floated by a 17-year-old two years ago, now has funding, a 530-page feasibility study, and the backing of 15 institutions.

Four more Level 1 MangroveWatchers from #gidarjil land & sea rangers ready to monitor #mangroves in #Gladstone harbour.

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Dole scheme in Aboriginal communities 'like being a slave'

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Five of the best water-smart cities in the developing world | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian

Queenslanders urged to ditch beaches amid Cyclone Oma

How Law Shapes Collaborative Forest Governance: A Focus on Indigenous Peoples in Canada and India

Islanders' deadly inheritance

An image of Buluwana by John Mawurndjul

414 million pieces of plastic found on remote island group in Indian Ocean

Architectural model of ARM's Portrait building in Grocon offices, QV, Melbourne. Photo:

Shocking footage of plastic debris washed up on a Northern Territory beach has emerged

Most common item - dead crab pots. Gladstone folks: join us May 10th & 11th to find out how you can help take out the trash ...

The Killing Times: the massacres of Aboriginal people Australia must confront

Breakthrough resource to teach whitefellas about reality of life in Arnhem Land

'Monstrous': Indigenous rangers' struggle against the plastic ruining Arnhem Land beaches The. '

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IUCN, environment.gov.au, UN Climate Change and 3 others

ICYMI: Cyclone Idai shows the deadly reality of climate change in Africa | Landry Nintereste

Climate change threatens 26 native species in Great Dividing Range, study finds

Beautiful ceremony at Glasnevin honoring the legacy of Daniel O'Connell who was admired by so many French people, from Balzac to Général de ...

National park concerns will be heard, Parks Canada promises

Australia is the only Commonwealth country never to make a treaty with its indigenous peoples. Why has it proven so difficult? Kathy Marks looks at the vast ...

Centralian Advocate settles out of court over front-page photo of Aboriginal boy

Well. If you haven't signed your support now's a great time. For

Yotam Ottolenghi's recipes for cooking with capers

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Lisa Reihana, In Pursuit of Venus [Infected]

Celebrating 20 years of Indigenous protected areas, a good news story in a week of turmoil

What I learned from getting covered in whale snot

BLANC Augustin

On one of my morning walks along the lake, I chanced upon a group of engineers from Manyata TechPark, who were clearing invasive vegetation, and planting ...

Bottles with Vietnamese writing (pictured) were washed up by the south-eastern winds

Penny Sharpe MLC

IUCN, environment.gov.au, UN Climate Change and 3 others

Training More Aboriginal Teachers and Educators

Plastic bottles gathered on a beach in Tung Ping Chau. Photo: Facebook

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A consistent clean-up effort has to be undertaken by the 11 rangers in the

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Cheyenne Maymuru is one of hundreds of young Aboriginal people who have left their communities to attend elite private schools in Australia's biggest cities ...

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An eski is amongst plastic bags, bottles and scraps that have washed up on the

Indigenous advancement funding redirected to cattlemen and fishing groups

The commonwealth, the states and the territories have a goal of 100% of Australia's packaging being reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025 at the ...

Legal hammer pubdom

New research could lead to discovery of the missing 99 percent of plastics in the oceans

Remote Australian Island Covered in Over 400 Million Pieces of Plastic

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Emergency response 3

Congratulations to NLC paralegal Ben Niles (pictured centre) who was admitted as a legal practitioner in the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory today.

Meadow alive with colour and the sound of birdsong – country diary archive, 15 June 1918

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Zena Cumpston sharing knowledge on how to propogate and care for an edible Kulin Nations plant

Friday June 8, 2018

European seafloor survey reveals depth of marine litter problem

All Together Now

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Today at the #livingpavilion! Such a beautiful space @CAULHub @DDjirri

Understanding the world's oceans more essential than ever to secure the future of our planet

'Albert and Vincent' - Vincent Namatjira - QAGOMA Australia

Focusing on the conservation and restoration of our threatened communities (rather than individual species) would create a better understanding of how ...

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"There's nothing stopping the rampant development of the oil and gas industry."

Thursday June 7, 2018

A coot nesting on a heap of waste in the Amsterdam canals. Photo: belevenissenindenatuur.blogspot.nl