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Sheep grazing in semiarid rangeland.

The positive effects of grazing by livestock and wild herbivores can turn negative as temperatures become warmer.

Martin Green

Scientia Professor Martin Green is the first Australian to win the prestigious Millennium Technology Prize for transforming the production of solar energy.

solar panels in bright and warm sunlight seen from above

The world’s solar panels rely on technology pioneered in Australia. Now our researchers are working on ultra-low-cost, high efficiency solar cells.

dead fish float in water of the menindee lakes

Climate change shouldn’t be used as a 'get out-of jail free' card to excuse bad decision-making and poor planning decisions.

School of trevally fish swimming

The common platform heralds a new era of global conservation and management policy applications.

Activists are protesting greenwashing and using the legal system to achieve change

There are ways investors can spot companies misrepresenting their climate change credentials, say experts from UNSW Sydney.

Jean Hinchliffe and Peter Garrett

Jean Hinchliffe from School Strikes 4 Climate and Midnight Oil’s Peter Garrett explore citizen action from their generational perspectives.

Power station stacks shown emitting smoke under a cloudy sky

The COP26 summit has not lived up to the goal of reducing temperature rises because there are too many loopholes for the fossil fuel industry to exploit.

Woman catching a public bus to work

There's a lot individuals can do to trigger action on climate change, UNSW researchers say.

Flooded house in Brisbane floods, 2011

UNSW sustainability scientists have run their rulers over the major parties' climate policies to determine whether taking action against climate change is more expensive than doing nothing.