Loads of evidence suggests weeds wreak havoc to native plant communities but many more do not. Its well known that
A new global analysis looking at the distribution of forests and woodlands has ‘found’ 467 million hectares of previously unreported
The secrets of the understudied Australian rangelands, which make up 81% of the continent, have been exposed in new scientific work.
A global movement is underway to design and live in ecovillages, but what are they and what can they offer?
Sunday was the anniversary of the publication of Darwin’s Origin of Species (first published on 24th November 1859 – you
I’m pretty sure that almost no-one loves scorpions – they’re not far behind spiders in the ‘primal nightmare’ stakes, given
Taking a break from the wonderful world of octopods, but still within the “amazing creatures” realm, I’d like to introduce
I’ve been off for a week with bronchitis, curled up at home coughing violently and generally feeling sorry for myself,
Yes, you read that right. Professor Tony Goldberg, of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, returned from a research trip to Africa
The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year 2013 exhibition is happening at the South Australian Museum, and there are