Longreach, Outback Queensland #Australia
An innovative combination of tourism, education and pastoralism is bearing rich rewards on this indigenous Land Corporation-owned station in western Australia’s east Kimberley.
Four men, two dogs and three camels set out to explore Broome and its surrounds in the changeable wet season.
Mary River floodplain is abloom with water lilies and paperbarks.
Driving, Old Andado Track, Binns Track, Simpson Desert, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia - Source: www.travelnt.com [ #click_through to see large format image]
Simpson Desert, Northern Territory, Australia - Source: www.travelnt.com [ #click_through to see large format image]
Consecutive years of good rain have seen Lake Eyre - and its 'local' hotel - brimming with life.
Doing it tough in the Outback! Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia - Source: www.travelnt.com [ #click_through to see large format image]
#Footprint Interactive Graph by #WWF #FlipOver
WWF's Jason Clay on how big brands can help save biodiversity (via TED Talks). Convince just 100 key companies to go sustainable, and global markets will shift to protect the planet our consumption has already outgrown.
We are using 50 per cent more resources than the Earth can provide. By 2030, even two planets will not be enough.
From the perspective of astronaut Andre Kuipers' at 400 kilometres above the Earth, our planet is both beautiful and fragile. All life is contained in that thin and precious layer of atmosphere.
We are all connected, via YouTube.
Help Save the Remaining 55 Maui's Dolphins: http://wwf.to/savethemauis
If fish were like cars, tuna would be the Ferraris of the ocean—sleek, powerful, and made for speed. Watch 'The Mighty Tuna'
Conserving the “Galapagos of the South” – Macquarie Island by Alexander on WWF's Earth Book
Australians' ecological footprint (that is, impact on the planet) as compared to average. The prognosis? We're bigfoots
Twitter / OUTBACKmagazine: Sneak peek from new issue. Cotton harvest, NSW, 2012