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Farmers will soon be paid to plant more trees on their properties, in a bid to reward the sector for increasing biodiversity on their farms while earning...
ARENA Insights spotlight. International review of vehicle-to-grid technology: An interview with Dr Bjorn Sturmberg, ANU
Concrete contributes about eight percent of the world’s carbon footprint – around 3 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide – but research into a new type of concrete...
For Demi Tinning, studying a Master of Climate Change was an opportunity to make a difference in the world.
Professor Sotiris Vardoulakis’ interest in connections between the environment and human health began at a young age.
With a background as a lecturer in Human Geography, Phaothai came to The Australian National University in 2017 to research possible ways for individuals in...
Carbon pricing has a long, conflicted history in Australia.
We know that heat kills; accurately measuring these deaths will help us assess the impacts of climate change »
Australia is well known for its temperature extremes, with scorching hot summers and, in some areas, icy winters.
Frank Jotzo on Australia's trading partners acting on their net zero targets
The new ANU Institute for Climate, Energy & Disaster Solutions continues the scholarship, teaching and outreach fostered by the former Climate Change...
Prof Ken Baldwin joins the Democracy Sausage podcasts.
New Canberra Region Hydrogen Technology Cluster shares in national funding