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A new era for Europe?

The 2024 European Parliament highlights emerging right-wing influence and pressing issues from climate action to youth voter disengagement.

South Africa dodged a water disaster in 2018, providing lessons for cities facing similar crises. But copying everything from Cape Town would be a mistake.

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Australia attempted a national management plan for its long-suffering Murray-Darling River. Over a decade later, what are the lessons for others?

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Tensions around access to and management of water are heightening all over the world. Finding ways to de-escalate and innovate is a matter of life and death.

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There’s more to Antarctica than the ice you see on the maps. Go on a tour of the frozen continent.

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Track the decline of Arctic and Antarctic sea live.

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The Antarctic Circumpolar Current usually shields Antarctica from warmer waters. That might be changing, explains Associate Professor Helen Phillips.

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After years of stability, Antarctica’s sea ice is suddenly melting. Scientists are out on the ocean to learn why.

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Sea ice around the Antarctic has shrunk and is responding to the atmosphere differently. The challenge is to work out why.

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To understand climate change and the Antarctic, scientists need to spend weeks at sea studying the depths. This is what it looks like.

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The Antarctic Circumpolar Current usually shields Antarctica from warmer waters. That might be changing, explains Associate Professor Helen Phillips.

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There’s more to Antarctica than the ice you see on the maps. Go on a tour of the frozen continent.

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