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Guterres: Cities Crucial for Sustainable Future
Saving moths may be just as important as saving bees
Saving Moths as Vital as Saving Bees, Experts Say
Environment Secretary hosts roundtable to boost River Wye improvements
Budget shaped by community
Female Baboon Stops Using Urban Space After Giving Birth, GPS Tracking Reveals
Landcare4Singles to Foster Romantic and Environmental Connections
Landcare4Singles Cultivates Connection with Nature & Community
New research finds strong cultural regions slowed Britain’s urbanisation
City cane toads evolving
Nature in city ticks differently
NT Government to support firefighters in Budget 2023
Hidden Urban Wildlife: Our City-Dwelling Neighbors
First Data on Police Stop Experiences in Montreal Unveiled by
Early childhood green living environment does not protect against eczema
Covids Food & Water Insecurity Hits Womens Wellbeing
Women’s Wellbeing Impacted by Food & Water Insecurity during Covid
Cities Require More Resilient Electricity Networks for Extreme Weather
Species with Unique Traits More Likely to Face Extinction, Says Study
Unique Turtles, Crocodiles at Higher Risk of Extinction
Southeast Asia Requires Clean Energy Funding Scaling to Meet Climate Targets
Freo launches new Horticulture Traineeships
Macquarie, MAPFRE Buy Berlin Office Building
China’s Water Heritage: Significance of Polders
Graduation day for Canberra Grassland Earless Dragons
Europe’s Metros Shrink Amid Covid Pandemic
Learning from UCL East to improve Bangkok’s infrastructure
AI-ECTA to Boost Australia’s Agri Export: Insight
Auckland suffers wettest month in history
UN: States Must Ensure Fair Use of Land Rights
Drones Collect Environmental Data
Sustainable Drainage to Cut Flood Risk, Clean Rivers
PolyU Unveils World’s First Atlas of Airborne Microbes
Preserving China’s minority languages
Startups set to solve supply chain problems
Future of water in Kingston
Causes and possible solutions
Where have all Christmas beetles gone?
Critically endangered creatures under threat at Phillip Island
Researchers compile world’s first “atlas” of airborne microbes that provides an important new perspective for public health research
Climate change to impact mountains on global scale
Demand for premium Australian beef exports remains strong in Middle East
Why Australia is world leader in mammal extinctions, and what to do about it
“Plant blindness” is caused by urban life and could be cured through wild food foraging, study shows
“Plant blindness” is caused by urban life and could be cured through wild food foraging
Backing Somerton Innovator To Grow Jobs Pipeline
Decarbonising with green solar hydrogen energy