Australia is the most urbanised nation on earth and yet we share our built environment with a cavalcade of amazing native creatures. This book examines some of the issues around our complex relationship with nature.
The toolkit you need to nurture yourself and the environment that nurtures you. Unless we look after ourselves, each other and the natural world in a balanced and harmonious manner we will continue to go from crisis to crisis. The tips in this book will help you to reduce your environmental footprint and enjoy a healthier and more satisfying life.
Dinosaurs couldn’t adapt fast enough to changes in atmosphere and climate. This illustrated book looks at the speed of climate change, asking if Homo sapiens have time to cope better.
A comprehensive and gripping account of the disaster that devastated New Guinea in 1998, destroying towns and villages, and taking a shocking death toll. Professor Hugh Davies was there, and in this book he explains in harrowing detail the events of the earthquake and tsunami, and the recovery effort that followed. It also describes the history ......
Facing the challenges of climate change involves all of us. This book offers children truth without despair, hope without deception, and a road map to a better future.
An anthology of essays bringing together renowned Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian thinkers, scientists, activists and artists responding to the Black Summer of 2019-20. Their diverse voices confront the experience and ‘aftermath of our bushfires’ apocalypse with hope and vision.