Fenner Forum Series 2016: A very sensory environment: new views and capabilities

Robots, lasers, satellites, micro-sensors and even quantum computers – technology is advancing so quickly the question may no longer be “can we measure or ob

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Victorian forests worth more as National Park than timber.

Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) have found the current management practices in the Mountain Ash forests of Victoria's Central Highlan

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Ash Forest

Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability Advanced (Honours) [Academic Year 2017]

A new undergraduate degrees is being offered in 2017: Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability (Advanced)

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Learning from agri-environment schemes in Australia - a book launch

Learning from agri-environment schemes in Australia is a book about the birds and the beef — more specifically it is about the billions of dollars t

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Climate change as a ‘hyperobject’: a critical review of Timothy Morton's reframing narrative

Article by Elizabeth Boulton published on-line in Wires Climate Change, June 03, 2016. 

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Hyperobject

Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability (2017 Academic Year)

Two new undergraduate degrees are being offered in 2017: Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability and Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability (Advanced).

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Fenner Forum Series 2016: DNA, Diversity and Life

The audio recording is now available for our second Fenner Forum for 2016, "DNA, Diversity and Life".

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