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27 Oct 2022
The October edition of the AEEM consists of two sections. The first is an update of total emissions arising from consumption of electricity, gas, and petroleum...
25 Oct 2022
Poor water management and excessive extraction are the primary cause of declining flow and the poor state of Australia's iconic Darling River, a new study...
25 Oct 2022
A new study from The Australian National University will shed light on the full impact of the 2019/20 bushfires and outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic on young...
24 Oct 2022
No, signing the global methane pledge won’t end the backyard barbecue – it’ll strengthen Aussie industries »
Australia has just joined 122 other nations in signing a pledge to reduce methane emissions by at least 30% from 2020 levels by 2030. It was a long time coming...
20 Oct 2022
Leading ANU scientists recognised for their contributions to climate change science and solar energy research »
Leading ANU scientists, Professor Kylie Catchpole and Professor Mark Howden have been elected as a Fellows of the prestigious Australian Academy of Technology...
20 Oct 2022
ANU is seeking concept proposals from ANU researchers who wish to build partnerships with ActewAGL to work on key challenges of renewable energy.
17 Oct 2022
Stopping native logging will provide the carbon emissions savings Australia needs each year for the next nine years to reach net zero.
10 Oct 2022
Scholarship Open to Support Climate Game Changers - application deadline extended to Sunday 27 November »
Are you looking to make an impact on climate change through your PhD studies? Would financial support and networking opportunities help you transition into the...
19 Sep 2022
Nearly 30% of Australia’s emissions come from industry. Tougher rules for big polluters is a no-brainer »
Australia’s historic climate law passed the Senate last week and enshrined an economy-wide target to reduce emissions. But an important measure to reduce...
14 Sep 2022
What businesses and cities must do to stay within 'safe and just' environmental limits for carbon, water, nutrients, land and other natural resources...
17 Aug 2022
A new study from The Australian National University (ANU) shows areas of Queensland impacted by tropical cyclones had a significantly higher risk of preterm...
15 Aug 2022
Ngaio Fitzpatrick views the climate through a veil of broken industrial glass. Discover what happens when art and science collide this National Science Week.