Indigenous water rights expert Dr Virginia Marshall has issued a plea for the public to get behind her push for improved water rights for Indigenous people.
The ANU Research Forest at the National Arboretum Canberra is proving to be an ideal place to "see" trees and forests in a new way.
Two early-career environmental scientists are receiving a boost from the Australian Academy of Science with funding for their projects to enable bushfire risk to be mapped from space, and to conserve one of our most endangered animals.
Why effective management of the Murray-Darling is essential for securing Australia’s water future.
A major scorecard gives the health of Australia’s environment less than 1 out of 10. Immediate action is needed to put Australia’s environment on a course to recovery.
Feral cats are an enormous problem for wildlife – across Australia, feral cats collectively kill more than three billion animals per year.
Dr Marta Yebra gives an online seminar about how satellite technology is helping to plan for and manage bushfires.
Bruny Island is virtually the only remaining habitat left where swift parrots can safely raise their hatchlings. Fenner School Researcher Dr Stojanovic tells his story about how his team has been trying to protect them for more than a decade.
A novel approach to fumigating the nests of the 40-spotted pardalote has proven to be highly effective.
Climate History Australia has launched a new citizen science project to create the longest daily weather record for Australia.