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Controversial ‘forever chemicals’ could be phased out in Australia under new restrictions. Researchers Sarah Wilson and Rachael Wakefield-Rann look at why. There’s growing global concern about potential risks to human health and the environment from a group of industrial chemicals commonly known as PFAS, or “forever...

Miniature-sized parks could help insert more public recreational spaces into our cities. In growing cities, where we need to squeeze the most out of every parcel of land, where do we find the space for new parks and other outdoor recreational areas? Some inner-city councils are turning...

‘Tapping into children’s most instinctive desire to play outside is the greatest opportunity parents have to foster a lifelong connection to nature, and it’s protection,’ writes Lukas Ritson It’s hard to ignore the urgency of climate change action. As parents, we want to inspire change for...

Pretty soon, many more Australians are going to be composting their food waste, write Cheryl Desha, Kimberley Reis and Savindi Caldera. Here are some great tips so you too can create your own “black gold”.  The Victorian government kicks off its four-bin system from this...

We all love to shop! But can fast fashion come with too high a price? We investigate and learn about making better buying decisions....

When I tell people I’m an environmental psychologist, they often assume that means I am a “tree hugger”, says Kathryn Williams, and they are not entirely wrong. But it really means I spend a lot of time thinking and finding out about people’s relationships with...

Perhaps they're reading the wrong books suggest Ayesha Tulloch and Kirsten Parris Identifying the difference between a native burrowing frog and an introduced cane toad is fundamental ecological knowledge. After bushfires ravaged Australia’s animal and plant communities and razed millions of hectares of land, such knowledge...

A montessori Kindy teacher shows us how to make a DIY treasure basket to inspire curiosity and exploration in children....