The electoral reality is Australia is increasingly polarised and evenly split between voters who look at each other with incomprehension and disdain.
This week: life expectancy gaps, return of the mammoth, more dunnies please, and the 49% solution (to humanity).
Richard Di Natale's claim ignores ongoing spending on climate change.
Crikey readers discuss the predicted extinction of Earth's biodiversity, and the erosion of Labor's working class base.
The 2019 election campaign has been put into stark relief by a report saying that around 1 million animal and plant species are now threatened with extinction — many within decades.
While the NSW Greens have been a bit of a mess in recent months, Kristyn Glanville is keeping the environment front and centre.
Good morning, early birds. The UK parliament has declared a climate emergency, and Bill Shorten pledges $15.6 billion for Queensland roads and rail projects. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The media's coverage of climate change in the election campaign has reflected the Coalition's long-term strategy of denialism, rather than a desire for genuine scrutiny.