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Jul 27, 2020 • 14m 56s

Face masks – the million dollar question

Ten key questions on the science of face masks, as experts hunt for consensus.

Jul 21, 2020 • 14m 58s

The moment Australia almost beat coronavirus

In the middle of last month, Australia had its last chance to contain the coronavirus pandemic. One strain of the virus was all but defeated, but then a second broke out.

Jul 20, 2020 • 15m 18s

Why we need to “feel” climate change

As climate models predict even worse outcomes for the planet, some scientists believe the way to change what is happening is for people to “feel” the emotion of it.

Mar 26, 2020 • 14m 10s

Coronavirus, part four: the Australian scientists who could beat it

A team of Australian scientists are working around the clock to find a vaccine against coronavirus, and they’re on the verge of a breakthrough. Today, Rick Morton on the race to find a vaccine.

Nov 26, 2019 • 15m 08s

Peter Ridd’s European adventure

A speaking tour of Europe has revealed the strategy behind Peter Ridd’s rejection of reef science: he believes that if people doubt the reef is dying, they will doubt climate change more broadly.

Oct 29, 2019 • 16m37s

Swallowed by the sea (part two)

How the American anti-climate-science lobby hijacked local councils in Australia, changing sea-level benchmarks as it went.

Oct 28, 2019 •

Swallowed by the sea (part one)

A decision to hand planning about sea-level rise to local council has opened up a war around science, property values and influence.

Aug 26, 2019 • 15m20s

Grief, anger and climate change

Joelle Gergis is one of Australia’s leading climate scientists. She says there is resistance to talking about emotions around science, but she feels grief and anger.

Jul 2, 2019 • 13m52s

Mine on the moon

The discovery of water ice on the moon has started a new space race – and opened a legal frontier in which Australia has a unique role.

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