Recent data has revealed that European wasp season in the ACT is only just heating up, with peak wasp season continuing until May. CoreEnviro Solutions senior pest and weed officer, Jim Bariesheff said...
New data has revealed that every day, feral cats take on average 3.1 million mammals, 1.1 million birds and 1.8 million reptiles around Australia. To help agricultural and environmental land managers address the...
Six solar battery installers have joined the ACT Government’s Next Gen program, one of the largest rollouts of solar batteries in the world.
ACT Government conservation programs aim to reintroduce endangered wallabies into the wild, and create a stable population for a rare orchid.
The ACT Government will spend $4.5 million under this week’s 2020-21 Budget to improve the health of the ACT’s waterways; to tackle weeds and invasive plant species; and to appoint permanent Ngunnawal rangers.
The University of Canberra (UC) is collaborating with The Australian National University (ANU) and Diversity Arrays Technology (DArT) to protect Australia’s future biodiversity and biosecurity. A total of $3 million will be invested...
A year after the Orroral Valley fire devastated ACT's national parks, emergency service personnel look back on the disaster.
More Canberra households will be able to install solar panels and get interest-free loans for zero emission vehicles.
ACT Greens leader Shane Rattenbury believes the Greens could become the ACT’s major political party in a few years.
The ACT Government’s Science Plan sets the agenda for environmental conservation, sustainability, and liveability in the ACT until 2025.
Despite above average rainfall throughout autumn and winter 2020, the severity of seven years of drought followed by catastrophic fires left scars on land and living creatures that will be permanent or slow to fade.
Climate change, energy policy, transport and development are all on the mind for Conservation Council ACT Region ahead of the ACT election.