Fenner in the News - Logged native forests mostly end up in landfill, not in buildings and furniture (The Conversation) »

Most native trees cut down in Victoria become woodchips, pulp and pallets, which have short lifespans before going to landfill. Dr Chris Taylor and Professor David Lindenmayer explore this issue in a piece first published in The Conversation.

Fenner in the News - Why climate change will dull autumn leaf displays (The Conversation) »

Autumn colour changes are celebrated worldwide and, however, recent temperature trends and extremes have changed the growing conditions experienced by trees and are placing autumn displays, such as Canberra.

International Forestry Students' Association Career Night

The ANU Fenner School Committee of the International Forestry Students’ Association (IFSA at ANU) is holding a career night for Fenner students to meet and network with government and industry representatives.

ACT Tree Week Seminar

The relationship between education and ‘pro-environment’ behaviour is complex, and has been little-investigated for the specific case of forests. In this seminar, Peter Kanowski and Dollie Yao explore this topic as part of Canberra Tree Week.