The laws of physics, and more specifically, the laws of thermodynamics, have long been assumed to be unbreakable. However, new research could be finding that thermodynamics is not working in the way it is expected when it comes to the environment, and climate change.

Laws of thermodynamics may be affected by climate change

The laws of physics, and more specifically, the laws of thermodynamics, have long been assumed to be unbreakable. However, new research could be finding that thermodynamics is not working in the way it is expected when it comes to the environment, and climate change. Read More
Approximately 70 per cent of the population of Pacific Island countries lack access to basic sanitation. Sanitation access in Pacific Island schools and healthcare facilities is among the lowest in the world. This has been revealed in the new WaterAid Australia report, "Healthy Environments, Resilient Communities: The vital role of sanitation for improving climate resilience in the Pacific."

WaterAid Australia report on environments and communities

Approximately 70 per cent of the population of Pacific Island countries lack access to basic sanitation. Sanitation access in Pacific Island schools and healthcare facilities is among the lowest in the world. This has been revealed in the new WaterAid Australia report, “Healthy Environments, Resilient Communities: The vital role of sanitation for improving climate resilience in the Pacific.” Read More