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Lock the gate… Keep the bad guys out!

Pyke, Graham H.

What could be a more appealing concept? The idea behind the recent ‘Lock The Gate’ Movement in […]

Protecting the Australian Great Barrier Reef and the local coal industry: A tragedy of scale

Pyke, Graham H.

The Australian Great Barrier Reef (GBR), truly one of the wonders of the world, is threatened by […]

Raise your voices, not the sea level!

Pyke, Graham H.

This was the theme of the recent Green Week at UTS, which included World Environment day on […]

The World’s Most-Influential People and Sustainability Champions: What do they have in common?

Pyke, Graham H.

Despite some drawbacks, the recent Time Magazine list of the top 100 influential people in the world […]

Science: How does it happen and where does it lead?

Pyke, Graham H.

Science, as I explained in my earlier Post entitled Science explained, is the discovery and explanation of […]

Reducing Food Waste Going to Landfill

Pyke, Graham H.

Reducing the amounts of food and other organic waste going to landfill is a good idea and […]

Scientists: Are we all the same?

Pyke, Graham H.

Science is defined simply as discovery, explanation and presentation (see my earlier post entitled Science explained), but […]

Science: Does it need promotion and defense?

Pyke, Graham H.

Science and research scientists, especially when dealing with significant but contentious issues, have been under attack, especially […]

Science Explained

Pyke, Graham H.

What really is science, and the process whereby science is produced? Answering this question is fundamental to […]

What does ‘sustainability’ really mean?

Pyke, Graham H.

Ever wondered what the words ‘sustainability’ and ‘sustainable’ really mean, especially in the context of whether or […]