Feed or weed? New pastures sow future problems

Feed or weed? New pastures sow future problems

Weeds cost Australian farmers around A$4 billion every year — and they are likely to...

Nations “failing to save earth’s wildlife”

Nations “failing to save earth’s wildlife”

The world can dramatically improve the rate at which it rescues imperilled species if it starts...

Plant library takes on the global weeds menace

Plant library takes on the global weeds menace

At-risk native plants worldwide have gained a new ally in their losing battle against aggressive...

Visitors “can help save our national parks”

Visitors “can help save our national parks”

Increasing nature-based tourism may be one of the keys to saving Australia’s endangered wildlife...

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    Feed or weed? New pastures sow future problems

    Thursday, 13 November 2014 03:38
  • Nations “failing to save earth’s wildlife”

    Nations “failing to save earth’s wildlife”

    Wednesday, 12 November 2014 01:28
  • Plant library takes on the global weeds menace

    Plant library takes on the global weeds menace

    Wednesday, 12 November 2014 00:36
  • Visitors “can help save our national parks”

    Visitors “can help save our national parks”

    Thursday, 06 November 2014 03:44

 

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   “Rounding up and shipping out horses has had its chance as a management strategy, and it has failed completely. The result is that our iconic Kosciuszko National Park is under an accelerating path of degradation, while at the same time, thousands of horses face prolonged suffering and death in the wild.” - Dr Don Driscoll and Dr Sam Banks    

 

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