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Injustice: Hidden in plain sight the war on Australian nature kangaroo, koala, emu... hunted, sold, homeless... where lies truce, healing? Paperback – 31 March 2021


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  • Publisher : maria taylor (31 March 2021)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 412 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0645099333
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0645099331
  • Dimensions : 15.6 x 2.36 x 23.39 cm

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About the Author

Maria Taylor is an award-winning journalist and former documentary film-maker whose work over more than three decades in both Australia and the United States has focused on sustainable resource management and environmental issues. Her book - What Australia knew and buried... then framed a new reality for the public - was developed from PhD research at the National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science of The Australian National University. Taylor's multi-disciplinary investigation of the public record and the input of science, politics, economics, journalism and contemporary mass media has revealed for the first time how and why Australia buried a once good understanding of global warming and climate change to arrive after 25 years at the confusion and stalemate we are still in today. The book is written for both a general audience and interested scholars. Taylor lives and works in regional NSW near the national capital, where she publishes a monthly community newspaper The District Bulletin.

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