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Young voters will inherit a hotter, more dangerous world – but their climate interests are being ignored this election

Young voters will inherit a hotter, more dangerous world – but their climate interests are being ignored this election

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article here. While there was plenty of heat in Sunday’s night’s debate between Labor and Coalition leaders, one issue was barely mentioned: climate change. This raises a large red flag for Australia’s young voters. In an election term marred by…

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Lessons for Ukraine from the Rohingya crisis: even sympathetic communities can lose their enthusiasm for hosting refugees

Lessons for Ukraine from the Rohingya crisis: even sympathetic communities can lose their enthusiasm for hosting refugees

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article here. Countries in Europe have opened their borders and homes to Ukrainians fleeing Russian aggression. Of course, Ukrainians are far from the first group of refugees to need shelter and welcome from host countries. Refugees are vulnerable people who,…

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Analysis of 5,500 apartment developments reveals your new home may not be as energy efficient as you think

Analysis of 5,500 apartment developments reveals your new home may not be as energy efficient as you think

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article here. Apartment living is booming in Australia. Many people choose apartments for their good energy efficiency, which reduces the need for heating and cooling and leads to lower power bills. But not every apartment is as energy efficient as…

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Forgotten insurrection clause of 14th Amendment used to force GOP members of Congress to defend their actions on Jan. 6

Forgotten insurrection clause of 14th Amendment used to force GOP members of Congress to defend their actions on Jan. 6

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article here. Lawyers representing voters in Arizona, Georgia and North Carolina have filed lawsuits alleging that their elected congressional representatives are barred from running for future office based on a little-known provision of the 14th Amendment. Specifically, Section 3 of…

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