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green shadows
in rippling water
tide patterns


The WTO and nationalism as a contradiction to sustainable development and global equity

It has long been argued that free global markets provide efficient economic outcomes and access to development. However, while the WTO regime (former GATT) has almost achieved its goal of enabling free markets, it becomes increasingly apparent that society and the environment pay the bill. 679 more words

What surrounds Throsby creek?

I’ve written about Wickham, Maryville and cycling around Carrington so now it’s time to take a closer look at that stretch of water between them – Throsby Creek and Marina. 180 more words


My Life Under the Southern Cross

This time last week I had just landed in Brisbane. It’s hard to believe it was a mere week ago.

Now I’m sitting here looking out the window of my bedroom, listening to bird calls, and trying to take everything in. 839 more words

Angela DeCamp

A mangrove talk and walk

Top End Native Plant Society is hosting a Mangrove walk and Talk session in Coconut grove. If you are interested in this important (and declining) plant eco-system then come along.

Darwin Waterfront

"looking forward"

Asahi Pentax Spotmatic x Lomography 400

04 April at Lian, Batangas