Environmental Sciences

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CSU research: Optimising conservation in urban Australia

Tuesday 25 Oct 2016

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.

Support for international fisheries project

Monday 24 Oct 2016

A CSU-led research project to improve fish pathways in a section of the Mekong River in South East Asia has secured an additional $95 000 from Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research.

Flood impacts: CSU experts

Friday 14 Oct 2016

Catchments across south eastern Australia are sodden, river systems swollen and many communities are dealing with ongoing flooding. CSU experts can talk about the environmental and social impacts.

Breakthrough on virus infecting rare and endangered parrots

Wednesday 5 Oct 2016
Australian researchers including a CSU team have unravelled the molecular makeup of a virus threatening some of the world's most endangered native bird species.

CSU’s ‘Tall Poppy’ scientist one to look up to

Thursday 29 Sep 2016

Finding solutions to the modern extinction crisis is a tall order but it's the motivation driving award-winning CSU scientist, Dr Dale Nimmo.

Hot August nights signal return of ETS: CSU expert

Wednesday 21 Sep 2016

A CSU climate change expert has predicted Australia can no longer avoid having an emissions trading scheme to help address climate change.

Living, learning and leading sustainably at CSU

Tuesday 20 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

Thursday 8 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

Tuesday 23 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

Monday 22 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.

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