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A loophole in the law could spell disaster for threatened species that rely on bush rock.
Decision-makers need to be more aware of the role of disturbances in degrading ecosystems.
Canberra's living infrastructure will need to adapt with the city's growing population, writes Professor Peter Kanowski.
Associate Professor Jamie Pittock explains why effective management of the Murray-Darling Basin is essential for Australia’s water future.
90% of Australians feel science has made life easier. But we're a complex nation when it comes to the finer details of how we view science and scientists.
This short video puts recent climate change and carbon dioxide emissions into the context of the past 800,000 years.
Researchers at ANU are calling for location data to be withheld from research publications to help protect some rare and endangered species.
A climate policy expert at The Australian National University (ANU) says the world would be better off if the US withdraws from the global climate agreement
How do doctors, public health departments and governments know which disease to help prevent next? And how do they know which people to target?
A symposium of energy experts has called for a national discussion on nuclear options, including mining, power generation and waste storage
Victoria's faunal emblem the Leadbeater's Possum and other species will become extinct within about 30 years unless clear-fell logging stops in...
People collapse, buildings collapse, economies collapse and even entire human civilizations collapse.