The uptake of electric vehicles in Australia has been slow, with a lack of government incentives being blamed. But the number of charging stations available is about to increase thanks to Monash University and some local councils. SYBILLA GROSS reports.
An Inconvenient Sequel bookends a dramatic, politically deadly, and yet unsolved debate on national climate policy that has raged since An Inconvenient Truth came out in 2006. Mojo’s environment editor, JACKSON PECK, reports
The follow-up to Al Gore’s award-winning 2006 documentary An Inconvenient Truth is on release in Australia, and this time it’s a call for action. JASMINE SHEPARD reviews the highly anticipated film.
It’s WinterFest this week at Monash University, a week-long winter carnival for students. But this year’s celebrations were a little different: the event has been entirely carbon neutral. SELBY STEWART reports.
The Middle Ground aims to link look beyond the stigma and the arguments and try to find the people behind the issue. BEN CARDWELL, GILLIAN LANTOURIS and KIM JIN look at veganism and what it is that drives everyday people to adopt vegan lifestyles.
Melbourne is on track to becoming a carbon neutral city by 2020, environmental experts say. ZHINUO ZHANG and TING HAO report.
Every light bulb, battery, mobile phone or electrical item we throw away contains hazardous substances that should never go to landfill. So what’s a keen recycler to do? KATHRYN LEWIS reports.
The 11,000 hectares of forest that is the Five Rivers Reserve in Tasmania is a tribute to carbon guilt, maintained by the carbon offsets airline passengers buy. What are we actually getting for the money? NADIA DIMATTINA and WILL ZWAR REPORT.
Monash students overwhelmingly think coffee is an environmental issue, but still think taste is more important. SHELBY BROOKS asked students about their attitudes, and offers some solutions.
As urbanisation infringes on Melbourne’s traditional market gardens, growers Schreurs & Sons have moved to South Gippsland to take advantage of land with underused water supplies. DAVID McALPINE reports