Environmental Sciences

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Living, learning and leading sustainably at CSU

Wednesday 21 Sep 2016

The leadership and vision of CSU in environmental sustainability has been recognised as the University is named a finalist for a state-wide Green Globe Award.

CSU academic appointed to global sustainable tourism body

Friday 9 Sep 2016

A CSU expert in sustainable tourism, Associate Professor Rosemary Black has been appointed to the Global Sustainable Tourism Council's (GSTC) Board of Directors.

CSU ecologists join call for renewed Alpine brumby cull

Wednesday 24 Aug 2016

Three CSU ecologists have joined a national group of scientists calling for rapid and humane control of feral horses, or brumbies, in Kosciuszko National Park.

CSU ecologist to study impact of Indigenous burning

Tuesday 23 Aug 2016

A CSU ecologist will extend international knowledge about the impact of Indigenous burning on Australian mammals and its potential to restore heavily degraded ecosystems.

Processors milk dairy farmers

Wednesday 17 Aug 2016

Renewed criticism of Australia's largest dairy processor, Murray Goulburn, has been echoed by a CSU academic following ABC TV's Four Corners exposé.

Rate cut balances effect of slowing Chinese economy: CSU economist

Tuesday 2 Aug 2016

A slowing Chinese economy is a major reason for the record low cash interest rate announced today, says a leading CSU economist.

Australia’s first and only carbon neutral university

Thursday 28 Jul 2016

CSU has been declared Australia's first official carbon neutral university.

Proposed laws are a potential environmental disaster

Tuesday 12 Jul 2016

A CSU ecologist argues proposed changes to biodiversity legislation in NSW are a recipe for an environmental disaster of unprecedented scale.

Post-election commentary by CSU experts

Monday 4 Jul 2016

The votes have been cast but the make-up of the next Australian Parliament is still not clear. CSU experts are available for analysis and comment.

Brexit offers benefits, challenges for Australian agriculture

Wednesday 29 Jun 2016

CSU business experts believe the decision by British voters to exit the EU offers benefits and challenges for Australian agriculture.

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