Find out about the latest news, announcements and stories about environment and society at ANU.
1 Feb 2019
A new joint venture between the Nature Conservancy Australia (TNC) and Tiverton Agriculture to purchase land for conservation will protect almost the entire...
11 Dec 2018
When you're surviving your Doctorate, being focused on a single discipline while surrounded by experts and students who come from different fields can be...
23 Nov 2018
Over one weekend in Spring, two academics at Fenner take on very different approaches to trees and conservation in Canberra.
14 Nov 2018
Professor Albert Van Dijk has been awarded the Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute Educational Development Award
6 Nov 2018
WELA, one of the most exciting outcomes of recent research into gender disparity in the environmental sector, has captured the interest of ANU students Elyshia...
23 Oct 2018
It's Canberra's most magical season, where tree fluff that falls and settles like snow. While you're sipping a coffee on campus, you might find...
12 Oct 2018
Tim Flannery is in conversation with David Lindenmayer about Tim's new book, Europe: A Natural History.
5 Oct 2018
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...
3 Oct 2018
Researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) could be a step closer to saving the critically endangered swift parrot, after showing it's...
27 Sep 2018
When Dominique Holani started her Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability/Bachelor of Development Studies at Fenner School, she knew she wanted to go on...
5 Sep 2018
Fenner School PhD Scholar Catherine Ross signed up to compete in the 2018 Three Minute Thesis competition (3MT) at ANU, and aside from winning People's...
4 Sep 2018
This year, The Fenner School for Environment and Society is trial holding its first HDR Seminar Symposium.