Indigenous archaeology and the landscape knowledge that sustains oral histories
The coronavirus pandemic: Exposing the faultlines of unfettered globalisation
Microalgae, and future food for thought
Burnt beyond repair: Why our wildlife and forestry may never recover
By Professor Roslyn Gleadow
With much of the eastern seaboard now on fire, we have been forced into unchartered waters when it comes to the potential loss of biodiversity. Now the bushfires ripping across Australia’s
Scientists warn of new health threat caused by global warming
Global warming is likely to increase illnesses caused by undernutrition, due to the effects of heat exposure, Monash University researchers have found.
Preparing the health sector for the global climate emergency
New vegetation map to help Victoria manage bushfires and floods
Monash University researchers have developed Australia's first high-resolution vegetation map, focused on the state of Victoria.