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Tens of thousands to join call for sustainable future

In the past 18 months, we’ve endured a lot. We’ve witnessed some of the worst bushfires in Australian history, had our lives ground to...

People call on the government to ‘fund our future not gas’

On September 25, people gathered across Australia to call on the government to “fund our future not gas”.  Six hundred and thirty actions were registered...

Respect for Earth, transition to renewables

The theme for 2017 World Environment Day is 'connecting people to nature'

Shift to renewable energy

Candidates for the seat of Sydney express support for action on climate change, including major public investment in renewable energy technologies. The SSH applauds these commitments. We also support the 66 people arrested at Newcastle, participants in an international month of nonviolent direct action to protest and disrupt fossil fuel industries, the primary cause of global warming.

Students find their place in the sun

The STUCCO co-operative is entirely self-managed and provides affordable shared housing to 40 students from the University of Sydney. The decision to switch to...

Solar power – is now the time?

The Abbott government has announced that it intends to wind back or abolish the RET (Renewable Energy Target), which sets a target for the percentage of power required to be generated from renewable sources.

Clean Energy and a safe climate future

John Williams is a former executive in the NSW electricity industry. He is a PhD candidate at Charles Sturt University in the School of Theology researching clean energy and a safe climate future.

Music Review:Peats Ridge Festival

Peats Ridge Sustainable Arts & Music Festival, a three-day camping event held in the Glenworth Valley over the New Year period, has always been able to offer punters plenty of weirdness, workshops and music from both established acts and emerging artists. This summer’s festival (the eighth) was no exception.