Latest environmental change News

Secret life of Tasmanian devils is hiding in their whiskers
Five UNSW researchers recognised at NSW Premier’s Prizes for Science and Engineering
Griffith partners with new HEAL research network
HEAL network to tackle health impacts of climate change
$10 million national network to build resilience to environmental change
University of Newcastle joins HEAL network to tackle health impacts of climate change
Bridging troubled waters: engaging Uralla on water sustainability
Fresh start for NSW dairy 8 November
Experts of Committee on Elimination of Discrimination against Women Welcome Lifting of State of Emergency
Securing future: genetics of reintroductions
Transdisciplinary film explores Trinidad and Tobago
Researcher unearths more layers of cave history
Antarctic ice reveals 700 years of environmental impact
Shape-shifting shows climate change has accelerated evolution
NAB Foundation Grants Support Australians before and after Natural Dis
University of Canterbury equips environmental scientists to make a difference
Yarra Riverkeeper Association cleans up at Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2020
Art/science collaboration wins Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize
This uncertain world is our curriculum: tertiary education meets social activism
Danone recognized for second year in a row as global environmental leader with triple ‘A’ score given by CDP
Major science investment to shape future Basin water management
Front row seats for birth of new corals livestreamed from Reef
Aboriginal knowledge key to fight against bushfires and climate change: Narrm Oration
UNSW Law claims seventh Rhodes Scholar in seven years
Nanak Narulla selected as Tasmania’s new Rhodes Scholar
Large Volcanic Eruption Caused Largest Mass Extinction
Skull shines light on human evolution
Archive of animal migration in Arctic
City of Cockburn awarded for commitment to public health
Grants for research projects using citizen science
Sustainable fishing research hooks government funding
Multi-million dollar funding boost for UQ researchers
New Palaeoenvironmental Research Presents Oldest Securely Dated Evidence for a River Flowing Through Thar Desert
Coordinated drought planning is essential for new Ethiopian Dam
$1.3m for humanities and social sciences research
Maugean skate vulnerable to Macquarie Harbour environmental conditions
Area twice size of UK needed to feed world’s pets
Deep drilling in Europe’s oldest and most species-rich lake provides new insights into evolution
Volcanic ash could help reduce CO2 associated with climate change
No Time to Waste on plastic scourge
NSF to fund study on far-reaching algal bloom impacts
Ancient Human Footprints in Saudi Arabia Provide Snapshot of Arabian Ecology 120,000 Years Ago
New science scholarship a pathway for future Māori and Pasifika academics
Excitable cells: tracking evolution of electrical signalling in plants
Top science prize for USC ecologist helping wildlife
Sunshine Coast biologist is Queensland’s 2020 Tall Poppy winner
New high tech innovation centre aims to transform towns into happier, healthy and more prosperous places
Patrick Roberts Made National Geographic ‘Explorer’