We humans are rabbits in the headlights of climate change, intuitively knowing we’re in trouble, but standing around watching as it thunders towards us.
- by Alex Fletcher
Oil and gas companies are pillars of our society. Requiring them to offset their pollution would amount to reckless endangerment of our jobs and economy. Right?
- by Emma Young
Thousands of students skipped school and took to Brisbane's streets on Friday, demanding action on climate change.
- by Lydia Lynch and Toby Crockford
Joining students marching through Canberra, former chief scientist Penny Sackett said the movement might be more effective than 25 years of UN climate summits.
- by Sherryn Groch
A massive crowd of students gathered in the Sydney CBD to rally against climate change inaction, with protesters overflowing from Town Hall.
- by Matt Bungard and Pallavi Singhal
Students across Queensland ditch school to join an international campaign for action against climate change with thousands expected to march on parliament.
- by Drew Creighton
The strike kicked off at midday, with students expected to march along Collins, Russell, Bourke and Spring streets.
- by Simone Fox Koob and Henrietta Cook
Traffic restrictions will be in place on Friday as thousands march through the Sydney CBD to protest climate change inaction.
- by Ben Weir
Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg, who led the School Strike 4 Climate campaign, has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Why criticise school children for their global climate strike? After all, we teach them to be critical thinkers, writes the Gonski Institute's deputy director.
- by Pasi Sahlberg