The 2019-20 mega-fires: what did we learn and will it equip us for the future?
Rate of change in fire risk outstripping the capacity of ecological and social systems to adapt
1,600 years ago, climate change hit the Australian Alps
We studied ancient lake mud to learn what happened
People's odds of loneliness could fall by up to half if cities hit 30% green space targets
And the benefits are even stronger for people who live alone
Native forest logging makes bushfires worse – and to say otherwise ignores the facts
The Black Summer bushfires burned far more temperate forest than any other fire season recorded in Australia.
Past humans not the cause of island extinctions
Study finds that arrival of humans on islands often had minimal impacts on biodiversity loss
How a love of the outdoors inspired David Griffith's illustrious career
Emeritus Professor reflects on achievements in atmospheric chemistry