Accurately valuing the social benefits and costs of community changes has proven elusive for policy and economic decision makers until a CSU research project.
Studying science at Charles Sturt University (CSU) led Ms Bettina Grieve on a two-month adventure tagging fish in the Mekong River, giving her an appreciation of international scientific collaboration.
A kiss under the mistletoe is a Christmas tradition but for a CSU scientist studying this parasitic plant is a year-round obsession.
A trial in a paddock at CSU is assessing how new techniques can lead to more accurate measurements of greenhouse gas emissions in agricultural landscapes.
CSU research has found a basic healthy diet can cost up to around a third of some family's income support payments, shining new light on food stress in western NSW.
The withdrawal of the United States from the world's largest trade deal, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), is being described by a senior CSU economist as a major concern for Australia.
A new project at CSU will reach out to low income households in the city of Albury to support them to reduce their energy consumption.
CSU research is informing strategies to reduce native fish deaths following recent flooding in southern NSW.
CSU leadership in adopting measures to mitigate climate change and improve sustainability has been recognised with two awards.
The cities of Albury-Wodonga and Geelong have been selected for a new CSU study into the best way to conserve nature amid urban sprawl.