Fenner School Courses and Degrees 2016

The Fenner School of Environment and Society is a vibrant and cosmopolitan community of nearly 100 academic and professional staff, over 700 undergraduate an

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Fenner Student Xenia Weber wins University Medal

Xenia Weber receiving the University Medal from ANU Chancellor Gareth Evans.  The University Medal is awarded to outstanding candidates for the Degree of Bac

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Drought in the Anthropocene

Drought management is inefficient, academics argue in Nature Geoscienc

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Albert Van Dijk

Mulligans Flat – Goorooyarroo Woodland Experiment

Australia has experienced the highest rate of mammal extinctions of any continent, and since European settlement, 92% of box-gum grassy woodland has been cle

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Box Gum Grassy Woodland

ABC Catalyst: Dr Dejan Stojanovic describes how hollows are coveted resources for generations of different animals

Dr Dejan Stojanovic tells Catalyst's Mark Horstman, hollows are coveted resources for many generations of different animals.

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Tree Hollow

Climate change’s growing strain on Australian water resources

Satellite observations reveal plants in Australia’s semi-arid and sub tropical/ Mediterranean-style regions are getting greener because of increased atmosphe

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Fenner's new Gang Gang Magnet

Fenner is excited to release their 2016 marketing magnet featuring a glorious image of the ACT animal emblem, a male Gang-gang Cockatoo.

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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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