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Condolences from City of Perth
ACF statement on passing of Prince Philip
WWF Statement on President Biden’s FY22 Budget Request
Rubbish dumpers in national parks are on notice
Proposed new campsites for Wild South Coast Way
National Farmers Federation welcomes appointment of new Climate Change Authority Chair
Hazard reduction burns in Brindabella National Park
Remediation Determination for impacts to protected Seasonal Herbaceous Wetlands
Lead Way and Blaze Your Trail workshops at WAG
Transforming crop and timber production could reduce species extinction risk by 40%
FIU is among three universities receiving NSF funds to study climate change in tropics
Study reveals hidden meaning of mountain gorillas’ chest beats
Fostered flamingos just as friendly
Ever wondered what red foxes eat? There’s a database for that
Council urges responsible collection of firewood
Pirongia kōkako fledglings taking leap
Prescribed burn starting today at Tidbinbilla
Traceable wool from farm to fashion
Fishing industry appeal on orange roughy fails in victory for sustainability
Rethinking pest management to protect native species
Government delivers next phase of climate action
Outcome of DOC review of media permits
Canada announces over $5M in clean tech funding for British Columbia Fisheries and Aquaculture Projects
Prescribed burn starting today at Franklin
Reflecting sunlight could cool Earth’s ecosystem
Why lists of worldwide bird species disagree
NSW to Modernise Heritage Protections – new discussion paper sets stage for Heritage Act Review
We don’t know how most mammals will respond to climate change, warn scientists
Swan Alcoa Landcare Program funding applications open
Center for Natural Hazards Research: Preventing and Mitigating Complex Disasters
Easter rescues show being prepared pays off
Canada and Ontario invest in improved community and recreational infrastructure for Milton residents
Ecological Society of America Honors Baylor Environmental Science Researcher with Sustainability Science Award
Food security in times of a pandemic
Letting nature manage itself may lead to least costs – but EU ubsidies remain an obstacle
3,000 free trees up for grabs
Kauri dieback testing confirms two new sites on Aotea Island
Heritage specialists awarded contract for Ascot Kilns conservation
QSuper and Sunsuper members call on funds to exit coal
Kiri Allan to take leave of absence
Chocolate is egg-cellent for birds
DNA testing reveals hidden coral diversity
UNESCO Director-General to visit Egypt to celebrate country’s millennial heritage and support its conservation
Cynanchum hubeiense, Rare Plant Endemic to Hubei Province, Discovered
Researchers create first global assessment of cumulative human impacts to at-risk marine species over time
Cultural lives of animals revealed
Local planners play key role in conserving biodiversity
Unique macro-vertebrate at risk from blood sport and climate change