Today, the concerns for human health, the environment, and the climate are being used to push for alternatives.
For example, in 2007, James Corbett, a professor at the University of Delaware’s School of Marine Science and Policy estimated that marine pollution annually contributes to approximately 84,000 deaths.
SBS Radio has reviewed its language services to ensure the services reflect Australia’s rapidly changing and increasingly diverse society.
In 2012, we reviewed SBS Radio’s services for the first time in nearly 18 years.
Subject to funding, SBS determines when and how the language services will be delivered – e.g.
via AM/FM, digital radio, digital television, online and/or podcast.
At the time, we made a commitment to review our services again after the 2016 Census.
Based on the findings of 2016 Census, more than 1.3 million people have migrated to Australia during the past five years and nearly 4.87 million people speak a language other than English at home.
SBS determined when and how the language services would be delivered – e.g.
Hakha Chin* Hebrew/Yiddish Hindi Hmong Hungarian Indonesian Italian Japanese Karen* Khmer Kirundi (Rundi)* Korean Kurdish Lao Macedonian Malayalam Maltese Mandarin Mongolian* Nepali Pashto Persian Polish If you have any questions, please click on the frequently asked questions link below.
If your question is not included, please email us at radioservicesreview@au.
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