The story of goats in Australia: unwelcome pest or valuable resource?

Goats are now a permanent feature of the Australian rangelands.

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Challenging the biochar stereotype – Understanding when it does and doesn’t work

Biochar is charcoal made for soil amendment, rather than energy production.

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Dr Matt Brookhouse receives 2017 Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning

Dr Matthew Brookhouse has received a 2017 Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Stud

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Implementing disaster resilience policy in the Australian Federation

To build a more disaster resilient nation, it is important to understand not only what needs to be done, but how to do it within the context of Australia’s f

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How does agricultural land management influence connectivity and habitat for herpetofauna?

Mitigating the negative impacts of agricultural activities on herpetofauna (frogs and reptiles) requires knowledge of how different agricultural land uses af

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African smallholders can double their yields with half the water

Better access to irrigation for farmers is key for climate change adaptation.

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England rode on the sheep’s back first

Although the economy and population of the United Kingdom are larger than Australia, there are many similarities in the conservation context – the role of la

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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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