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Rapidly falling cost of renewable energy generation brings $2/kg goal closer
COVID-19 and food systems in the Indo-Pacific: An assessment of vulnerabilities, impacts and opportunities for action »
Emergency responses to the COVID-19 pandemic have had dramatic impacts in the Indo-Pacific region. The COVID-19 shock has reverberated through food systems...
News that half the corals in the Great Barrier Reef have been lost in the past two decades is alarming enough, but experts say alarm at findings of dramatic...
The risks of climate change are generally considered by the UN climate panel to be higher today than the estimates of 20 years ago.
Across most forest types and ages, thinning had little impact on the severity of Black Saturday fires in Victoria, ANU study suggests
Five ANU Solar Photovoltaic projects have shared in $3.2 m in Australian Government funding.
Early people were rapidly adapting to climate change as they made their way towards Australia tens of thousands of years ago, new research shows.
The extreme, recent drought has devastated many communities around the Murray-Darling Basin, but the processes driving drought are still not well understood.
The melting of the Antarctic Ice Sheet could contribute half a metre of sea-level rise in the coming century, a significant increase to estimates from just...
New battery storage research at ECI following latest round of ACT reverse auction
Australia continues to lead the world in the per capita roll out of energy generated by solar and wind, resulting in lower greenhouse gas emissions and falling...
Australia's economic response to COVID ignores aged care, climate crisis and housing, report finds »
Australia’s economic response to Covid-19 has failed to address insecure work, privatised services such as aged care, low housing supply and climate change.