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.
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.
The World Heritage-listed Scenic Rim contains the last great remaining tract of sub-tropical rainforest in Australia. Through the images in this book, something of the uniqueness and special character of this mountain ecosystem is reflected.
A collection of essays, artworks and poetry by a range of First Nations and religiously inspired peace and environmental activists. It represents a call to recognise the deep implication of cultures of war and climate crisis.
100 energy saving tips for the home. This book gives you over 100 tips for saving energy, money and the environment, ideas for taking it a bit further with solar installation or wind turbines, plus facts about our energy use and its impact on our climate.
Wildlife conservation is at a critical juncture. While large, charismatic mammals may be the first animals that come to mind'the mere 3,000 wild tigers still in existence, the giraffes declared endangered for the first time just last year'it is not only these magnificent keystone species disappearing. A full third of all studied birds, ......