Latest degraded land News

Green industry yes, conservation no: a budget for people, not for nature
NCC welcomes largest renewable energy tender announcement
Lost City walking track approaches halfway point, April start date for Gardens of Stone Multi-Day walk construction
Australia must lead the world on nature restoration through ambitious interpretation of international law
Cook Government grants program backs community conservation
Local resilience actions following Just Transition Principles in Pernambuco, Brazil
Cook Government driving carbon farming in Western Australia
Tamara Smith MP urges Planning Minister to call in Wallum development
Acoustic juice for soil recovery
Australia’s soils are notoriously poor. Here’s how scientists are working to improve them
If we do it right, we can replant trees and shrubs to store carbon – and restore biodiversity
Feeling sedimental: celebrating our impact improving water quality on the Reef
Research to revolutionise land restoration
Lotterywest grant to boost ecological restoration through seeds
Carbon farming proposal to improve conservation progresses
Queensland Government partners with leading organisations to kick start innovative Reef Credit scheme
Bubbles, Elvis and Inspector Clouseau: Lady Elliot Islands’s quirky underwater characters
Preparing Victorian Agriculture Students For Future
Restoration works complete at Jarramlee-West MacGregor Grasslands Nature Reserve
Revegetation of Natural Areas grant program opens
Drone seeding and E-seeds sound exciting, but ecosystem restoration needs practical solutions
They might not have a spine, but invertebrates are backbone of our ecosystems
Researchers germinate revival of favourite Aussie native
Advancing rights-based approach to climate change resilience and migration in Sahel
Sustainable forestry: FAO releases reports on deforestation, livestock grazing and farmer field schools
Cutting-edge farming tech improving Great Barrier Reef water quality
Labor’s Climate Bill must be springboard for action
Nature in crisis: State of Environment reveals urgent need for action
Drones take to skies to ‘plant’ seeds at Australia’s biggest botanic garden
$40 million land resource program to boost regional recovery