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How Things Have (not) Changed

The other night I had the pleasure of dining with the former Australian Democrats leader and senator, Dr John Coulter, at the home of Dr Paul Willis (Director of the Royal... Read more

Paperblog Pick in Environment

Cartoon Guide to Biodiversity Loss XXIX

Second batch of six biodiversity cartoons for 2015 (see full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss’ compendia here). Read more

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    The 27 April 2015 by   Moralfibres
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    The 26 April 2015 by   Rinkesh
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    The 25 April 2015 by   Dodema
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  • Lomborg: a Detailed Citation Analysis

    There’s been quite a bit of palaver recently about the invasion of Lomborg’s ‘Consensus’ Centre to the University of Western Australia, including inter alia tha... Read more

    The 24 April 2015 by   Bradshaw
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    The 24 April 2015 by   Moralfibres
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    The 23 April 2015 by   Azanimals
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  • Stylish Secondhand London Flat

    I wanted to share with you today this stylish London flat filled with secondhand, vintage and upcycled finds.It’s rented by Cat, who blogs at the beautiful... Read more

    The 23 April 2015 by   Moralfibres
    ECO-LIVING, LIFESTYLE, FAMILY
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    The 22 April 2015 by   Dodema
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    The 22 April 2015 by   Bradshaw

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