21 July 17

The Travelling Fowlers

Five people, five weeks, and 750 kilometres of river

By Carolyn Fowlers – ACF community member

05 July 17

Big old trees: life cycles, time scales, meaning and growth

A compelling look at our beloved trees and the need to act now to save Victoria's mountain ash forests and the life they support. 

09 May 17

Heat and hope at Camp Warrawee

Journalist, songwriter and activist David Costello shares stories from ACF's Convergence event at Camp Warrawee, March 17-19

04 April 17

Changing the world for the better with cupcakes, community and courage

From Montville to the Murray, local legends like Lou, Chaturbhuj and Liz are stepping up to drive change in their communities. Read their stories and watch the film celebrating the strength and diversity of ACF's community.

31 March 17

Saying no to Adani, saying yes to the Reef – local voices speak out

There is growing local opposition to Adani's plans to dig Australia's biggest coal mine in northern Queensland. Josh Meadows talks with conservationists, tourism operators, students and Traditional Owners. for the latest edition of habitat magazine.

16 December 16

Regina McKenzie speaks out against nuclear waste in Flinders Ranges

"We don’t want a nuclear waste dump on our country and worry that if the waste comes it will harm our environment and muda (our lore, creation)"

15 December 16

Micklo Corpus stands up for a frack free Kimberley

For two years, Rawlinson Award winner Micklo Corpus has camped at the gates of Buru Energy’s Yulleroo fracking site, sharing his knowledge of culture and love of country while engaging the community and industry to keep the Kimberley frack free. Wade Freeman tells his story.

15 December 16

Wuthathi people return to Shelburne Bay

"My uncles, grandfathers... all these years they've been fighting for this land, now we got it back" - Moira Macumboy, Traditional Owner

06 November 16

The Story of Energy - Past, Present and Future

Journalist and Pulitzer Prize winning author Geraldine Brooks AO talks about humankind's greatest threat - and greatest opportunity.