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25 Jun 2021
Interested in a PhD using environmental DNA (eDNA) and genetic tools to inform conservation and management? We are seeking PhD applications to join an...
31 May 2021
Fenner in the news - The fish and bird species at risk from Australia’s failure to manage wetlands »
Australia risks breaching its international commitments to preserve critical wetlands, with many fish and bird species facing extinction, new research shows.
28 May 2021
Catastrophic irreversible environmental tipping points — such as the melting of polar icecaps — could be avoided even if we exceed global climate emissions...
10 May 2021
Researchers at the Australian National University have discovered the swift parrot's breeding habits change much more quickly than previously thought when...
7 May 2021
One of the most charismatic - and most threatened - of Australia's birds has landed in Canberra.
2 May 2021
Trudi Refshauge's property at Wyangala, in Central West New South Wales, was once described as a "moonscape", but today it is a refuge for birds...
29 Apr 2021
The regent honeyeater and its signature song, is currently on the verge of extinction.
21 Apr 2021
On this episode of Policy Forum Pod, our expert panel – Professor Mark Howden and Dr Imran Ahmad from The Australian National University and ACT Commissioner...
8 Apr 2021
Fenner in the news - Climate, flooding, and attitudes to change in Australia (Democracy Sausage Podcast) »
On this episode of Democracy Sausage, researchers Rebecca Colvin and Jamie Pittock join Mark Kenny to discuss Australian attitudes to climate change, how they...
5 Apr 2021
Amid plans for salvage logging in some areas, there's a fight over whether areas that have been damaged by multiple natural disasters should be left alone...
31 Mar 2021
The Australian environment has started a slow recovery from some of the toughest years on record, a new study has concluded.
24 Mar 2021
The recent flooding in New South Wales is consistent with what we might expect as climate change continues.