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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 Mistakes on Campus

  I recently learnt about a shocking example of biodiversity management on our very own campus. A new building was built in an endangered ecological community of White Box – Yellow Box – Blakely’s Red Gum grasslands. Whilst development at … Continue reading

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