Find out about the latest news, announcements and stories about environment and society at ANU.
1 Dec 2017
Last weekend South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill announced the establishment of a Royal Commission to investigate breaches of the Murray Darling Basin...
30 Nov 2017
We are pleased to be offering a scholarship program in 2018, as part of the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited Scholarship Program, to encourage young people to...
30 Nov 2017
The future of water reform in the Murray-Darling Basin has been in the spotlight in recent months, with allegations of water theft by irrigators in New South...
23 Nov 2017
ACICIS Agriculture Semester Program in Indonesia for ANU students.
6 Sep 2017
Better access to irrigation for farmers is key for climate change adaptation.
5 Jun 2017
New research urges more investment in people, rather than concrete, to secure African food security »
New research led by ANU finds that if irrigation systems are to successfully secure food supplies under a changing climate, western and national donors must...
30 Mar 2017
Governments across South-East Asia have programs to intensify rice production but researchers from ANU and other institutions are arguing for the conservation...
21 Mar 2017
Why does biodiversity matter to people? This seemingly simple question can lead people in many different directions as they search for answers.
24 Oct 2016
Dr Jamie Pittock: "We need to pay for betterment. To build things back bigger, higher, stronger, so that they're not washed away next time".
20 Sep 2016
The workshop aimed at taking stock of participating Australian researchers’ and practitioners’ understanding of food security investments in developing...
25 Nov 2014
Dust storms, dust hazes or the back paddock blowing, seem to be a part of life for many Australians. But dust is the ‘business end’ of wind erosion.
3 Jul 2014
Research by Fenner School scholars published last week in the prestigious journal Climatic Change quantifies the trade-offs between sustaining water resources...