While land wildlife such as elephants, rhinos and tigers regularly capture global attention the upcoming World Wildlife Day this Sunday 3 March reminds us that life below the world’s oceans make a vital contribution to sustainable development.
A group of Pakistani water management and technical experts is visiting CSU in Albury-Wodonga to investigate the local water management techniques adapted for southern Australia’s dry climate.
Charles Sturt University (CSU) will this week host Visiting Scholar and leading human rights activist from New Zealand, Associate Professor Leonie Pihama under the Faculty of Arts and Education Visiting Scholar’s Scheme.
Recent native fish deaths at Menindee are symptoms of a global malaise says world leading wetland ecologist at CSU, Professor Max Finlayson.
A CSU-led research team has received the Distinguished Project Award for an international project seeking to protect the health and livelihoods of millions of people living in the Mekong Basin of Southeast Asia.
International experts will tackle some wicked problems in sustainability when they address seemingly competing interests for limited river resources worldwide on 10 December at CSU in Albury-Wodonga.
Over 350 delegates from 40 countries around the world will gather for Fish Passage 2018, a major international conference to run in Albury from Monday 10 to Friday 14 December.
A conference with daily far-reaching consequences in all our lives will be staged at CSU in Bathurst this week.
Charles Sturt University (CSU) Vice-Chancellor, Andrew Vann, has led by example on Giving Tuesday by announcing a significant gift to support University priorities.
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