Here are some reblogs of some of Tim Harding’s favourite recent posts by other writers. (Reblogging does not necessarily entail endorsement of the views expressed).
- Why are talks over an East Antarctic marine park still deadlocked?
- For whom the bell tolls: cats kill more than a million Australian birds every day
- How Antarctic ice melt can be a tipping point for the whole planet’s climate
- In banning plastic bags we need to make sure we’re not creating new problems
- Campaigns urging us to ‘care more’ about food waste miss the point
- The Great Barrier Reef isn’t listed as ‘in danger’ – but it’s still in big trouble
- Calling deep sea species ‘monsters’ may harm their conservation
- Dingoes do bark: why most dingo facts you think you know are wrong
- It’s time to stand tall for imperilled giraffes
- Alien invaders: the illegal reptile trade is a serious threat to Australia
- Tasmanian devils reared in captivity show they can thrive in the wild
- Alan Jones goes after wind farms again, citing dubious evidence
- How China came in from the cold to help set up Antarctica’s vast new marine park
- Marine parks and fishery management: what’s the best way to protect fish?
- Eastern quolls edge closer to extinction – but it’s not too late to save them
- Invasive predators are eating the world’s animals to extinction – and the worst is close to home
- David Attenborough says the Great Barrier Reef is in ‘grave danger’ – it’s time to step up
- Let sleeping tigers lie!
- Coral Bleaching Taskforce: more than 1,000 km of the Great Barrier Reef has bleached
- FactCheck: do Australians with an average seafood diet ingest 11,000 pieces of plastic a year?
- How curiosity can save species from extinction
- Mike Baird is right, culling sharks doesn’t work – here’s what we can do instead
- The march of the king crabs: a warning from Antarctica
- Let’s stop Tasmania’s swift parrots going the way of the dodo
- Turtle extinction event bodes ill for our waterways
- Feral feast: cats kill hundreds of Australian animals
- Mourn our lost mammals, while helping the survivors battle back
- Wind turbine studies: how to sort the good, the bad, and the ugly
- New research shows alpine grazing does not reduce blazing
- The rabbits of Christmas past: a present that backfired for Australia
- We have more parks than ever, so why is wildlife still vanishing?
- Like eating fish? It’s time to start caring where it comes from