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24 Nov 2019
Countries, cities, councils, and organisations around the world are declaring a climate emergency and changing practices and policies in an attempt to address...
23 Nov 2019
Some commentators think we may have already passed 'tipping points', locking in the worst of climate change predictions. But Dr Joelle Gergis from...
21 Nov 2019
Fenner in the News - Concern for Melbourne's drinking water after scientists allege illegal logging »
Melbourne's drinking water is being put at risk by "widespread" illegal logging near water catchment areas, Australian National University...
21 Nov 2019
More of Australia's doctors are declaring climate change a "public health emergency". Today, three separate bodies representing medical...
14 Nov 2019
Fenner in the News - When a tree dies, don’t waste your breath. Rescue the wood to honour its memory »
Trees die, it's a sad fact of life. But how we manage their waste afterwards is a cause of concern. In this article, Fenner's Cris Brack argues that...
13 Nov 2019
Fenner School's Dr Joëlle Gergis told the New York Times that in dismissing the role of climate change in the fires, the government was choosing immediate...
6 Nov 2019
Is climate change worth thinking about when you are looking to buy a house. Will Steffen from the Fenner School thinks so, as some properties may even become...
6 Nov 2019
From 20-24 October, delegates from across the world were in Brisbane for the bi-annual RiverSymposium. Fenner's Kate Harriden writes about her experiences.
30 Oct 2019
The Fenner School's Jamie Pittock says the NSW state government's $1 billion dam-building plan would convert unregulated flows to regulated ones,...
28 Oct 2019
Fenner in the News - Letter by 240 leading scientists calls on Scott Morrison to stem extinction crisis »
Fenner School academics and researchers have joined 240 conservation scientists to ask the Prime Minister to protect and strengthen environment laws and...
17 Oct 2019
Each Spring, white fluff covers the city of Canberra - but it's not a cause of hay fever.
12 Oct 2019
Talk of a crisis around food production from a dwindling in honey bee numbers doesn't quite stack up says Professor Saul Cunningham from the Fenner School.