Category Archives: Climate change

Carbon credit calculations at Scottsdale Reserve

I am very interested in the concept of carbon sequestration credits, and the idea that companies with high emissions can put money towards projects that work to remove carbon out of the atmosphere, namely through planting trees. However, due to … Continue reading

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Creating an ALA survey for Widespread Snow-gum Dieback in the Australian High Country

Jozef Meyer

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Things are heating up: invasive grassy weeds and climate change in Canberra

What is a weed? As described in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Weeds Strategy, a weed is ‘considered to be a terrestrial or aquatic species of non-native or native plant that is harmful to the natural environment (ecosystems/biodiversity), agriculture and … Continue reading

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Biodiversity Conservation and Humanitarian Engineering: Closer Than You Think

U5012556 | Joel Davy Systems, systems, systems. This is what I’ve heard the entire time studying engineering/arts. After 3 years of laying the groundwork for understanding things from a “systems” perspective, earlier this year I was able to dig deep into … Continue reading

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Dieting to beat the heat: possum diets and climate change

A fuzzy face popped up on my Facebook feed: possum volunteers wanted! I was sold, and started volunteering the very next week. From February onwards I have been helping to care for the brushtail possums that are the focus of Sarah … Continue reading

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