Global well-being may peak in 2065 if emissions are not controlled

Average global well-being may peak in 2065 if CO2 emissions are not tightly controlled, according to a new sustainability indicator created by ANU

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Centuries of Trees for Restoration and Delight: a Celebration

The 350th Anniversary of the publication of John Evelyn’s Sylva or a Discourse on Forest Trees is just cause for celebration and optimism

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Sea level rise slowed by increasingly wet soils

During the last decade, a fifth of the water from melting pole and glacier ice was stored on land and so did not contribute to sea level rise.

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Fenner International Dinner 2014

Once again Fenner held a very successful International Dinner, celebrating the contribution of international students by hosting the annual International Din

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Three ARC Laureate Fellowship PhD Scholarships available now

Professor David Lindenmayer’s ARC Laureate Fellowship research program is offering three PhD Scholarships in the following areas. 

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Thirsty carbon sequestration or saving water and the climate?

Research by Fenner School scholars published last week in the prestigious journal Climatic Change quantifies the trade-offs between sustaining water

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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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