ANU Podcast: In conversation with Tim Flannery »

Tim Flannery is in conversation with David Lindenmayer about Tim's new book, Europe: A Natural History.

Transforming the land through local empowerment: the story of smallholder irrigation schemes in Africa »

No single intervention will make smallholder irrigation schemes in Africa work; rather, multiple complementary interventions are needed for farmers to use their irrigation schemes to generate good livelihoods sustainably.

The genetic and demographic impacts of contemporary disturbance regimes in mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans) forests

In this seminar Brenton Von Takach Dukai will examine how mountain ash forests are responding to anthropogenic pressures: examining their reproductive output in the early stages of development, the species-wide genetic structure, hybridisation with messmate stringybark, and effects of logging on the population.

Increasing the detail of analysis to better understand the Determinants of Residential Energy and Water Consumption

Urbanisation results in the concentration of resource consumption and related environmental pressures into relatively small areas. Can our urbanised cities be made more sustainable?