Fenner in the News - 'Slashed': Morrison government delays assessments for threatened species (Sydney Morning Herald) »

David Lindenmayer comments on the government's plan to grant extensions sought by the Threatened Species Scientific Committee for 13 species - including the critically endangered Leadbeater's possum and the vulnerable Australian sea lion.

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.

Seminar - Coevolution of human-environment systems in the Anthropocene

Dr Jonathan Donges from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research in Germany will explore how planetary-scale socio-ecological systems dynamics work, and what this means during the Anthropocene.

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.