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Within Australia’s borders lies an untapped, skilled and motivated workforce: refugees, ready to contribute and thrive.

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Choosing food that is both healthy and good for the planet can be confusing. Here are five myths to avoid to help you make better choices.

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Microfactories, an innovative approach to extracting value from waste materials, point the way to sustainable production and consumption.

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Combating extreme heat needs action across multiple fronts: governance, health, urban planning and embracing more sustainable lifestyles.

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Existing Heat Action Plans prioritise short-term relief and are insufficiently localised.

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With dangerous heat ramping up this hot season, researchers have found one percent of ‘extra’ deaths in the hottest months are linked to heatwaves.

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As solid waste mounts in developing countries, the authorities must adopt innovative and effective solutions.

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Plastics waste and pollution is spiralling into a huge environmental challenge for India. Better coordination and focus could help address it.

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Three huge landfills on Delhi’s periphery are at once eyesores and markers of unsustainable consumption.

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While it has made progress in some areas, Malaysia’s daily waste generation rate is way above the global average.

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The export of green development projects taps the long-standing domestic strategy of ‘ecological civilisation’.

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