The Australian Bureau of Statistics released the Australian Environmental-Economic Accounts on June 15.
Cats take a hefty toll on Australia’s reptiles – killing an estimated 649 million of them every year, including threatened species.
The King Island Scrubtit and the King Island Brown Thornbill are considered the first and third most likely birds to go extinct in the next 20 years.
Findings from three important Cochrane reviews on the effectiveness of the influenza vaccination aren’t consistent with the advice we’re been given.
With a rollicking story to set the scene, this piece explores the notion of population health – what is it, and why does it even matter?
About once a week, I’m the one to gently explain that the star name bought to honour someone's memory is not officially recognised.
The phrase “sold out stadium shows” is not often synonymous with science. Unless of course you are Professor Brian Cox.
While urbanisation presents a number of opportunities, it also poses a number of complex challenges.
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.