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Toilet paper is the biggest problem on the Larapinta Trail

The Larapinta Trail is filled with human waste and toilet paper as the popularity of the trails reaches new peaks

The Larapinta Trail near Alice Springs is known for its spectacular views and scenery, but its growing popularity among bushwalkers this year is causing a less impressive sight: deposits of toilet paper. According to Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife, 2022 promises to be the busiest season for the 230-kilometer trail in the heart of West …

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in Australia, Labor victory gives hope to environmentalists

In Australia, Labor victory gives hope to environmentalists

In a country ravaged by megafires, Labor’s new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese gives hope to eco-conscious Australians. The Liberal Party (conservative right) has been in charge for nine years. In Australia, the Labor Party (center left) finally regained power this Saturday, May 21, after the heavy defeat of its main opponent in the legislative elections. …

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This is the world’s first fully compostable, disposable face mask.

While standard face masks take up to 450 years to decompose, Masuku Daily masks compost in about four weeks in water, soil or a plant pot. Pentatonic , an eco-friendly design and technology company, teamed up with fashion industry expert Natalia Vodanova to develop the “world’s first highly effective, fully compostable” face mask: Masuku Daily. …

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BARDI JAWI

BARDI JAWI BOOK LAUNCH

The surging 9 meter tides, the largely unchanged islands, the coastlines and savannah forests of Bardi Jawi country capture anyone fortunate enough to have visited, camped, or travelled to Bardi Jawi country. Leave No Trace Australia has worked in partnership with Irene and Wossy Davey, Bardi Jawi elders and traditional custodians of Bardi Jawi country, …

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FITZROY KAYAKING EXPEDITION 2013

FITZROY KAYAKING EXPEDITION 2013 SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED

In late January 2013 a group of Western Australian kayakers chartered a plane to access the Barnett River, a tributary to the Fitzroy River in Western Australia’s remote Kimberley region. Whilst exploring this amazing river system the team raised funds for and practised the principles of Leave No Trace Australia. They spent two weeks completely …

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