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A Charles Darwin University academic has warned that Australia’s capacity to engage with the future rests with an urgent need to boost the nation’s ability to “read the environment”.
The cost of saving Australia’s bird species from climate change is estimated at AU$18.8 million a year over the next 50 years, a report released last month reveals.
Two juvenile turtles released back into the wild will assist Charles Darwin University marine researchers to contribute towards conservation efforts to protect threatened turtle species.
Ineffective water catchment policy and practice is contributing to insecure food sources and uncertain livelihoods in regional areas of eastern Indonesia.
East Indonesian district health offices are turning to text messages to deliver patient care following training from a team at Charles Darwin University.
Global Positioning System devices that track the movement of wild animals to inform conservation and management plans have proved of benefit to man and beast.
A report on a remote Arnhem Land community’s preferred adaptation strategies to climate change has been included in a portfolio that will be presented at Parliament House in Canberra tomorrow.
A research project has shown that shellfish species in Darwin Harbour, which are considered good bush tucker, are indeed “good eating”.
An environmental academic says Australia should stop trying to become the 'food bowl of Asia' and instead export its agricultural knowledge and skills.
Students from around Australia and the United States are exploring the virtual world of science education after an announcement by Australia’s Minister for School Education, Early Childhood and Youth the Hon Peter Garrett AM MP.
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