Habitat in which koalas reside is slowly disappearing.
Catastrophic fires have killed three people and razed more than 150 homes since Friday, but cooler weather overnight provided a welcome reprieve for firefighters and residents.
Fires have ravaged more than 8 million hectares (19.8 million acres) of land across the country, an area nearly the size of Austria, killing 25 people, destroying thousands of building and leaving some towns without electricity and mobile coverage.
A three-eyed snake found slithering down a road in the northern Australian town of Humpty Doo has sparked amusement in a country already accustomed to unusual wildlife.
The Amazon in South America is the largest, most diverse tropical rainforest on Earth and it is natural that the entire world is worried and angry over the worst blazes in years raging there. It is hugely important that the fires in the Brazilian rainforest, known as the lungs of the planet, be extinguished as quickly
The distress caused by coronavirus COVID-19 to humanity refuses to cease. Global cases of the new coronavirus have shot past 1 million with more than 53,000 fatalities,
The fiscal year 2020-21, is likely to be one of the most challenging years in recent decades. However, governments can minimise the impact of COVID-19 and the possible recession by being proactive and micro-managing situations.
Now that we’re in a somewhat of a lock down, nothing seems to matter except for the chance of being able to go out and do our normal everyday things. To be able to get dressed and even go for a quick walk seems like months away.
Sir Michael Marmot, professor of epidemiology and public health at University College London, has said that “coronavirus exposes that we can do things differently”. When it comes to the climate crisis,