Extinction report

Save to playlist
Share video
Create Clip
image/svg+xml
image/svg+xml
image/svg+xml
Extinction report
Community clip
Clip from Behind the News  |  ABC ME  |  May 14, 2019

The Behind the News team bring updates on a new report that has been released with some bad news for the creatures we share the planet with. Find out why more than a million of the world's species are at risk of extinction.

The Behind the News team bring updates on a new report that has been released with some bad news for the creatures we share the planet with. Find out why more than a million of the world's species are at risk of extinction.

Community clip
Save to playlist

Videos in series

24:31 | Published 6 days ago
image/svg+xml

Behind the News

-
May 14, 2019

Extinction Report A new report has been released with some bad news for the creatures we share the planet with. It says more than a million of the world's species are at risk of extinction. It says that's worse than at any other time in human history, and it's mostly our fault. We look at what's at risk, why it's happening and what can be done. Ask Annabel Election Special (Part Three) With the election just around the corner, political expert Annabel Crabb answers some more questions from kids about voting and the political process. Royal Rule There have been a few big stories in the news recently featuring royalty. In the UK there was a new royal baby, Japan got a new emperor and in Thailand the new king was coronated. We look a bit closer at the tradition of royalty and find out where royals still reign and why. Instagram Likes Instagram is trialling a big change that could eventually have a big impact on social media. It's going to hide the number of likes that photos and videos have. The idea is to stop the app being used to judge people's popularity, which can have a big effect on people's mental health. We look at how "likes" can affect young people and find out what kids think about the changes. Sausage Sizzle history We finish this week's show with a fun look at an Australian election tradition; the "democracy sausage". Sausage sizzles have been a part of elections in Australia for a long time and Jack explores their interesting history.

News and current affairs

24:31 | Published 1 week ago
image/svg+xml

Behind the News

-
May 7, 2019

Parliament Anniversary May 9 is an important day in the history of Australian democracy. It's when Australia's first parliament was opened in Melbourne in 1901 and when Australia's old Parliament House opened in Canberra in 1927. With the federal election coming up Martin decided to travel back in time and look at the beginnings of Australia's government. Ask Annabel Election Special (Part Two) The second part of our election special featuring the ABC's election expert, Annabel Crabb, who's answered kids' questions about Aussie politics and how elections work. Capital Move One of Australia's closest neighbours could be about to get a new capital city! Indonesia's president has suggested that the government should thing about moving away from Jakarta because it's too busy, too polluted, and because it's sinking! Amelia finds out more about what's happening in Indonesia and why choosing capital cities can be a complicated business. Jazz Festival On Tuesday music lovers in Australia and around the world marked International Jazz Day. The celebrations are set to continue over the weekend as thousands of school kids take part in the Generations in Jazz Festival in Mount Gambier. Jack found out more about what jazz is, where it came from, and why it's still loved by people of all ages. Young Newshounds We meet some students from Ararat in Victoria who are keeping their town informed with their own local news service.

News and current affairs

Geography related videos

See all geography related videos
Loading...