Discover how Charles Sturt researchers are helping with drought policy – and trying to save an endangered frog species. Continue reading Endangered species: Charles Sturt research aims to save the southern bell frog
It’s one of our time’s most widely discussed topics. From politicians to mums and dads, businesses to community groups and school students to universities – around the globe it seems people are talking climate change. Whether ongoing discussions among world … Continue reading Green initiatives keep growing at Charles Sturt University
How do you cope when something unexpected happens? How do you tackle challenges? Do you make plans so you’re ready when you need to be? These are all questions that can be asked of individuals. But the same questions can … Continue reading What is community resilience?
Sitting on a shelf somewhere in Dr Jonathon Howard’s home is a 40-year-old copy of Life on Earth signed by its author, Sir David Attenborough. Jonathon treasures this well-worn tome, acknowledging the British natural historian-turned-activist as a great source of inspiration … Continue reading For Jonathon Howard, sustainability is all about balance
Climate change caused by human activity is – and will continue to be – one of the most important issues facing the planet. We spoke to Charles Sturt University’s expert climate change academic, Adjunct Associate Professor Andrew Rawson, about the … Continue reading Responding to the currents of climate change
One of the most contemporary areas in social work research and practice is eco social work. But what exactly is it, and how does it make a difference? Social work in the age of climate change Eco social work – … Continue reading What is eco social work?