This is a essay on one of Australias largest cattle properties Brunette Downs. 12,212 sq km in the Barkly Tablelands in the Northern Territory
Methane from cattle and its effect on the greenhouse gases on the planet is a matter of discussion amongst scientists on its effects and what to do about the issue.
This is a series of photographs of daily life in the city of Kashgar in Chinas far western Xinjiang province.
This city is at the heart, a medieval city, and a vibrant Islamic centre within Chinese territory. It is home to the largest minority group, the Uygur people, who make up 90% of Kashgars population. However, more and more Han Chinese are moving into the area as the Chinese government attempt to reduce the chance for the Uygurs to realise their wish to become independent.
Only 200 kms from the Afghan & Pakistan border it is the largest oasis city from the ocean. Kashgars history spans 2000 years and was once in a strategic position on the old Silk Road. The Uygur people of Kashgar are struggling to keep their traditional lifestyle while China brings modernisation and slowly impose their culture.
Commercial harvesting of kangaroos in Australia continues to fuel debate among scientists, farmers, environmentalists and animal rights activists.
American opthlamologist Dr Geoff Tabin who with Dr Sanduk Ruit set up the Himalayan Project operate a eye camp and surgeon training in Bhutan.
Dr Sanduk Ruit, Tilganga Eye Centre and Himalayan Cataract Project helping Tibet to set up and train cataract surgeons to work on the backlog of preventable blindness in the country
Nepal Eye Bank involves removing corneas from the dead who are about to be cremated at a Hindu Temple in Kathmandu and transplanting them into patients with corneal problems shortly afterwards.