Collaborative consumption in Southeast Asian cities: Prospects and challenges for environmental sustainability

Collaborative consumption businesses offer an alternative to conventional consumption, by providing shared access to goods, or by offering a service to repla

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Public policy for biodiversity conservation: evaluating outcomes, opportunities and risks

The conservation of biodiversity remains a daunting and complex public policy challenge.

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Night Parrot Stories – A Special Screening

In the remote deserts of Australia lives an elusive bird called the Night Parrot. It disappeared at the end of the 19th Century.

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Open for Enrolment: CCE Course "Will it Rain Tomorrow"

Weather and climate lie at the heart of those major decisions we make on an everyday basis. What should I wear tomorrow? Should I hang out the washing?

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Dr Marta Yebra wins the @Science Academy Max Day Environmental Science Fellowship Award

Two early-career environmental scientists are receiving a boost from the Australian Academy of Science with funding for their projects to enable bushfire ris

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The Role of Traditional Floating Rice Systems

Governments across South-East Asia have programs to intensify rice production but researchers from the Australian National University (ANU), the Research Ass

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Australia's Environment in 2016

Our objective is to make spatial information on environmental conditions easier and faster to access for interested users.

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