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How newsworthy is the end of the world?

Not very, according to Fairfax, News Corp and the ABC.

Asking foxes what they think of henhouse security

The Minerals Council of Australia, shockingly, wants to hamstring environmental groups.

<em> The Sunday Times</em> has apologised for its sham IPCC ‘Amazongate’ <a href="http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/more-flaws-emerge-in-climate-alarms/story-e6frg6n6-1225825250835">story</a>. But will <em>The Oz</em>, the ABC, Fairfax and many other outlets do the same?

Silence from media on IPCC apology

The Sunday Times has apologised for its sham IPCC ‘Amazongate’ story. But will The Oz, the ABC, Fairfax and many other outlets do the same?

Creepy space monkeys against climate change

Ben Lee and the World Wildlife Fund team up to tell the strange and sad story of an astronaut monkey (no, really) returning to Earth after 65 years in space, to a planet ravaged by climate change. The Forbidden Zone was once a paradise… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5E9nrcY5IIE[/youtube]

Two environmental groups -- one from the US backed by Al Gore, and another from Canada backed by the WWF -- have locked horns over the rights to the internet domain '.eco'. At stake are two very noble, but very different, business plans for the address.

Green groups see red in battle over .eco domain

Two environmental groups -- one from the US backed by Al Gore, and another from Canada backed by the WWF -- have locked horns over the rights to the internet domain '.eco'. At stake are two very noble, but very different, business plans for the address.

Earth Hour may receive the token support they seek online -- but how does this translate into real terms at the UN climate change meeting in Copenhagen?

Earth Hour’s (somewhat empty) new campaign for Copenhagen

Earth Hour may receive the token support they seek online -- but how does this translate into real terms at the UN climate change meeting in Copenhagen?

A ban on the clearing of regrowth vegetation has raised Queensland hackles.

Little clarity in Qld’s bush-clearing moratorium

A ban on the clearing of regrowth vegetation has raised Queensland hackles.

The problem, then, with purely symbolic actions like Earth Hour. is that they might actually foster cynicism more than dispel it.

Earth Hour: flicking a switch is far too easy

The problem, then, with purely symbolic actions like Earth Hour. is that they might actually foster cynicism more than dispel it.

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