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2 Nov 2022
Described as an "environmental despot", Jair Bolsonaro's election defeat has been welcomed by climate change scientists and activists.
1 Nov 2022
Southeast Australia’s bushfire crisis culminated in the devastating bushfire season of 2019 and 2020 that burnt nearly 25 million hectares of bush.
28 Oct 2022
The Conversation: Money for dams dries up as good water management finally makes it into a federal budget »
A story from the early days of the Abbott government still circulates in the halls of Parliament House.
26 Sep 2022
This article is a response to a piece of feedback the Decoloyarns editorial team received from a reader. They told us “you talk about decolonisation in your...
19 Sep 2022
The Fenner School has is celebrating PhD Scholar Xolile Ncube, who recently received Crawford Fund NextGen support for her doctoral research. Ms Ncube’s...
31 Aug 2022
Two parallel major new donations from HVP Plantations and the Kloeden Foundation, established by ANU Forestry graduate Adrian Kloeden and his family, enable...
29 Aug 2022
We are all about wicked problems.
17 Aug 2022
Fenner in the News - Drought, bushfires and beetles: The climate-related trifecta threatening Australia's iconic snow gums »
Snow gums (Eucalyptus pauciflora) thrive in cooler, wetter conditions. But as temperatures warm, these iconic trees are being threatened by drought, fire and...
12 Aug 2022
Decoloyarning at Fenner is currently open for submissions. This call provides some practical support to help you best prepare a pitch.
12 Aug 2022
The Circle is an Indigenous- and student -led collective with a long-term goal to decolonise research and teaching at the ANU Fenner School of Environment and...
28 Jul 2022
In Semester 2, 2022, The Fenner School is teaching and co-hosting a series of new courses for Undergraduate and Masters students, and it's not too late to...
26 Jul 2022
The Conversation: ‘Building too close to the water. It’s ridiculous!’ Talk of buyouts after floods shows need to get serious about climate adaptation »
Written by Tayanah O'Donnell, Honorary Associate Professor, Australian National University, first published in The Conversation. Republished with...