The modulations and tonality of art and life are revealed in Anne Numont’s exhibition Informal Geographies at the Incinerator Art Space, Sydney says Rose Niland
The Mudgee region of New South Wales is Wiradjuri country, with its beautiful bush-walk The Drip and age old stencils of hands on rock made by indigenous people
BLUE, the film about a crisis in our oceans, reveals the reasons we need to become guardians of the oceans, to deliver a legacy future generations can live with
The Revenant, a 20th Century Fox movie features Hollywood born actor Leonardo DiCaprio as fur trapper Hugh Glass who survives a severe mauling by a grizzly bear
A Walk in the Woods author Bill Bryson’s delightful tale of two friends going on a delicious journey together along the Appalachian Trail, now a fabulous movie
Rose Niland immersed in harmony tracks the Cherry Walk Nature Trail at Bright, Victoria, walking alongside the Ovens River observing the unique flora and fauna
The Magnificent Trees of New York Botanical Garden represent many lands and cultures, are beautiful and benefit New York and its built environment in many ways
Tony Burke” a letter from GetUp said “has just announced he’s backing down from protecting Tasmania’s Tarkine wilderness”… Australians all need to protest NOW
Delivering sustainable communities is big business. We need to fast-track informed, intelligent decisions and solutions for managing natural, urban and virtual environments. A lot will depend on creatively connecting communities globally, as well as computing the right answers.
EcoEconomic recovery in the years ahead hinges on the dialogue between nations and a plan for action if our world culture and society is to achieve real outcomes
Change is inevitable and in a progressive country change is constant. The truth about the Carbon Tax in Australia is out there, but will it ever be found? This is the debate we had to have.