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Most organisations focus on putting an economic cost and impact on the challenges of climate change. We do this, but also work to put a human face to the issue. Interactive tools, videos, podcasts, images and other multimedia elements are an important way of telling the story.


While the big power companies stand to gain $8 billion in profit, we get 150 million tonnes of pollution.
Post a photo of something you cherish on this planet to Instagram or Twitter.
We asked some 40 people around Sydney what they thought were the energy jobs of the future.
John Connor provides real-time video commentary from Lima.
Should we support the polluting energy of the past or clean energy of the future?
Should we support the polluting energy of the past or clean energy of the future?
John Hewson spoke at Festival of Dangerous Ideas on how you may be investing in dangerous climate change.
Big power companies get $8 billion in profit. We get 150 million tonnes of pollution.
AGL stands to gain at least $1 billion from reducing the target. And we get more carbon pollution.
$8 billion of investment and enough renewable energy to power every household in Australia.
Download a SlideShare presentation on the latest public opinion polling.
We asked people “What proportion of our energy should we get from renewable sources by 2020?”
Ads urging Parliament to keep the existing carbon laws, which are already delivering results.
Climate change could increase premiums up to 90% over term of the mortgage.
Buyers should take special care in hazard-prone areas as not all hazards are insurable.
Big price differences in insurance premiums may indicate some companies know more about climate risks.
We asked people "What three words come to mind when you think about climate change?"
World-leading risk expert, Bob Litterman, on how to better manage climate risk.
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