The Forest-based bioeconomy: actors, politics and policies in Germany and Northern Europe

In this colloquium, I will introduce you to the bioeconomy concept, its meaning and implication for the forest-based sector.

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How do shelterbelts affect soil biotic communities?

In South-eastern Australia, linear strips of planted trees and shrubs (shelterbelts) are frequently established to restore ecosystem services that have been

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Prescribed burning to increase the richness of long-unburned and fragmented mallee communities

Fire regimes have been altered by human activity around the world.

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Students Awarded Funding to Attend International Forestry Symposium

Coordinators of the Fenner School Local Committee for the International Forestry Students’ Association, Jia Yi Chew and Karen Khoo, have received a SEEF gran

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Meriba buay - ngalpan wakaythoemamay (We come together to share our thinking)

The Meriba buay ngalpan wakathoemamay (We come together to share our thinking) CoP is the first known Torres Strait Islander Researchers Network.  It is also

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Smart decisions for the environment

Environmental decision-making is a complex endeavour requiring consideration of a broad spectrum of environmental, economic and social factors.

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Global environmental prize awarded to Professor Brian Walker

Professor Brian Walker, Research Fellow from the CSIRO and Honorary Professor at the Fenner School of Environment and Society at ANU, has received internatio

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The Fenner School of Environment & Society is unique in Australia. There are very few places in the world where economists and hydrologists, historians and ecologists, foresters, geographers and climatologists work together on the big environmental problems facing contemporary society.

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