Latest biodiversity News

Turning Tide On Marine Debris Across Great Barrier Reef
Fee waiver to support tourism operators in WA’s national parks
Using AI to enhance satellite imagery to monitor our planet
Do you have a chorus of crickets in your backyard? Here’s why
ANU parasite expert named science teacher of the year
Dogs On-lead To Protect Wildlife
The biggest picture: scientists call for cosmic perspective on biodiveristy
New Guide Unlocks Secret World Of Hobart’s Bird World
Scholarship Boosts Biodiversity Tech Potential
First Meeting For City’s 2024 Youth Council
Citizen scientists hop to it with rabbit virus tracking project
Changes to Kingsford Smith Airport Flight Paths: Bayside
Binna Burra Lodge to rise from ashes
Sunny Skies, New Methods: Tara Iti Thrives, NZ’s Rarest Bird
Review shows Canberrans back new and improved heritage system
Aboriginal Interpretive Playspace Wins Prestigious Award
Tree canopy target initiatives will seek Budget boost to secure greener future for Georges River
Reptiles are helping us better understand threats to Australia’s biodiversity
Cleaning up Canning River
Invasive weed could be turned into a viable economic crop
LEP Amendment 37
Casuarina Coastal Reserve is set to become the Territory’s newest national park
State funding will speed up land rezoning in Bega
Council Calling for Sustainable Ideas
Environmental Volunteer Expo aims to inspire action
Fighting to save our Aussie bees – one bee hotel at a time
Have your say on proposed world-class South Coast Marine Park
20°C seems the optimal temperature for life on Earth to thrive – what does this mean in a warming world?
Periodic Table of Food for better health globally
More Kids To Embrace Nature With Expanded Bush Kinders
Offshore gas must not bypass genuine consultation with traditional owners, local community
CBA helps farmers to measure emissions and model abatement options
More extreme weather on horizon
Green thumbs of Verge Garden Competition bring Georges River streets to life
Coorong drug crop
NZ votes the red admiral butterfly ‘bug of the year’ – how to make your garden its home
Community Board for Central Coast Wetlands appointed
Australia’s most at-risk bird species share some common traits
‘Fascinating and troubling’: Australians would rather save a single human life than prevent an entire species from becoming extinct
MidCoast Council to help landholders undertake carbon farming
Nuyina’s Mawson voyage to make history 13 February 2024
Green roofs can cool cities and save energy: modelling
AgForce Calls For Formal Review Given lessons of 2023/24 Fire Season
Loads of lovegrasses
Judicial Review of Environment Minister’s assessment of new coal mines in Federal Court today
Permaculture showed us how to farm the land more gently. Can we do the same as we farm the sea?
New UK Biobank headquarters prepares for construction at Bruntwood SciTech’s Manchester Science Park