Our Environment

It’s not game over – it’s game on – The global climate challenge in 2024
In 2024, global climate trends are cause for both deep alarm and cautious optimism. Last year was the hottest on…
Interview with Amelia Turk – Freo’s Youth Rep at COP28 in UAE
Recently, we brought you Freo local Amelia Turk’s report on the hopes and expectations for COP28 soon after Amelia had…
Social Cohesion and Climate Disconnection: the 2024 Challenge
Social cohesion is how we measure what holds us together, what makes us tick as a community. It’s deeply embedded…
From laggard to leader? Why Australia must phase out fossil fuel exports, starting now
For years large fossil fuel producers — including Australia — have expanded fossil fuel production while maintaining rhetorically that the…
Is The COP28 Agreement Something To Write Home About?
As negotiators stagger towards their beds in Dubai and another year’s climate talks come to a close, it’s time to…
Amelia Turk, Australian Youth Rep, reports from COP28
The world is changing: climate change is impacting all our lives, including ours in Fremantle. Each year, thousands of people…
Keep Carnaby’s Flying – Ngoolarks Forever
In Fremantle, as I write, I hear the twittering of small birds, a gentle and constant sound that one would…
Custodians for the future: you/us
“Widespread and rapid changes in the atmosphere, ocean, cryosphere and biosphere have occurred. Human-caused climate change is already affecting many…
Is Hope an Option?
The pandemic has begun to fade in our everyday consciousness. Covid variants have far from disappeared but ‘the virus’ is…