Water S.O.S Tasmania
Pulp friction
THE AGE - July 24, 2007

Victorian sommeliers are considering joining a wine boycott in protest against plans for a Tasmanian pulp mill, writes Jeni Port....
Shock at level of river toxin
SUNDAY TASMANIA - April 15, 2007

A Tasmanian river which supplies drinking water to a popular tourist town contained chemical levels five times above national guidelines....
Water for review as frogs shift sex
THE AGE - July 15, 2007

Australian drinking water standards are under scrutiny after scientific research linking commonly used herbicides to gender bending in male frogs....
Alarm at weed-kill chemical in water
THE AUSTRALIAN - 15 May 2008

AUSTRALIAN regulators have allowed a widely used weed killer to be present in drinking water at levels twice those now shown to cause damaging genetic changes in human cells....
Trees will fight climate change
THE AGE - 4 August 2008

Australia's native forests store three times as much carbon as previously thought and could hold the key to tackling climate change, researchers say....
Logging bigger risk than realised
5 August 2008
Wild eucalypt forests across south-eastern Australia store far more carbon than previously thought, according to research that has far-ranging implications for climate change policy....
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