NESP research reveals feral cats have northern Australia's reptiles in their sights
A Northern Hub project is improving our ability to better measure the value of improved fire management to greenhouse gas abatement.
Scientists warn we need a strong understanding of the needs of all water users, including the agricultural sector, before major water allocation decisions are made in northern Australia.
Six new Northern Hub research projects in the Kimberley’s west aim to inform sustainable development decisions in the unique region.
Indigenous Protected Areas provide a raft of benefits, but how can we measure their economic value?
How food poisoning could be the ticket to the long-term survival for goannas
What does the future hold for northern Australia’s environment? We can’t predict what happens next, but we can plan for a sustainable future to support communities and natural and cultural environments through science and knowledge.
The Northern Australia Environmental Resources Portal brings together over a decade of environmental knowledge to help us manage opportunities and expectations for the land and water resources of the north.
Research from the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge (TRaCK) consortium and the National Environmental Research Programme’s (NERP) Northern Australia Hub has led to a dramatic increase in the knowledge and evidence available to underpin improved planning, management and policy in northern Australia. The lessons learnt from this research are now being applied and built on in the current National Environmental Science Programme’s (NESP) Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub.
Feral animals have a major impact on the ecological, social and economic values of Australia. They can wreak havoc on […]
World Wetlands Day is celebrated internationally each year on 2 February and, in the midst of a wet season that’s […]
The Northern Hub has an exciting line up of work for 2017. Reports and wrap-up fact sheets from several of […]
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