The Sloane’s froglet is a small creature in need of a huge amount of help. Charles Sturt University’s Dr Alexandra Knight became their advocate. Continue reading Sloane’s froglet: how a Charles Sturt academic is leading the fight to save it
At Charles Sturt University, we think big. And that means exploring the key issues that are affecting the world; and asking the big questions around them. From health and nature to politics and society, our Big Questions series sees … Continue reading Big questions. You ask, Charles Sturt will answer…
Do cities spell doom for wildlife? Is our increasingly urban way of life going to ultimately prove destructive to our native fauna? Can cities sustain healthy, wild ecosystems? These questions are becoming increasingly important. And they are questions that researchers … Continue reading Big Questions: can we protect urban biodiversity?
Australia is home to a unique and varied array of native flora and fauna. But our plants and animals often face threats – from urban construction to climate change. Protecting the natural biodiversity of the country is an important part … Continue reading Biodiversity and Charles Sturt University: research for Australia’s natural world