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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...
Why effective management of the Murray-Darling is essential for securing Australia’s water future.
Why does biodiversity matter to people? This seemingly simple question can lead people in many different directions as they search for answers.
Using genetics to understand how species will be affected by changing fire regimes.
Scientists in the Conservation and Landscape Ecology Group at the Fenner School specialize in long-term empirical studies of biodiversity response in different...
Australia has a large resources sector; is experiencing strong population growth and furthermore, is seeking to increase agricultural production for the...
Fires raging across the countryside through forests and farms create headlines around the world when they invade cities and towns and create mayhem.
Evolutionary approaches to practical conservation.
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.
Research by Fenner School scholars published last week in the prestigious journal Climatic Change quantifies the trade-offs between sustaining water resources...
Combating climate change is a global challenge, yet the impacts will fall most heavily on poor and vulnerable populations.