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Kimberley Traditional Owners unite for the Fitzroy River Declaration

Call of Fez for a Universal Climate Conscience

Call of Fez for a Universal Climate Conscience

We, women and men of good will from various spiritual, religious and scientific backgrounds from around the world, are participating in the Fez Climate Conscience Summit under the High patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI and at the invitation of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council of Morocco and the Rabita Mohammedia of Ulemas. Recommend: To consider climate change as a major threat to our life here together, to peace in the world, to the future of humanity and to life on earth; Read more about Call of Fez for a Universal Climate Conscience

Revealing the science of First Nations fermentation processes

It is well documented that First Nations people knew how to make alcoholic drinks from sweet juices and nectars well before the European invasion, but little is now known about the processes involved, the yeasts and bacteria at work, or the chemistry, taste and smell of the plants and finished products, but now the University of Adelaide is investigating these traditional practices.
 

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Talks held for treaty between almost 50 Indigenous nations in the Murray-Darling Basin

Murray-Darling
A treaty between the nations of the Murray-Darling Basin could help in the lobbying for Indigenous rights to water. (Picture: Melissa Macgill)

Sofie Wainwright ABC Broken Hill 12 August 2016

Representatives from almost 50 Indigenous nations across the Murray-Darling Basin have begun talks to develop a treaty. Read more about Talks held for treaty between almost 50 Indigenous nations in the Murray-Darling Basin

It’s a fallacy that all 'Australians' have access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene

Clean water can help to break the link between poor hygiene and eye diseases such as trachoma.
Clean water can help to break the link between poor hygiene and eye diseases such as trachoma.
(Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association [CAAMA])

Nina Lansbury Hall, Cindy Shannon, Paul Jagals 11 July 2016 Read more about It’s a fallacy that all 'Australians' have access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene

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