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Climate change & conservation

Light technology recreates ‘log castles’ to save homeless lizards

Wooden ‘castles’ that house families of endangered Western Spiny-tailed Skinks attract feral and native predators, as Curtin researchers use light-detection…

Climate change & conservation

Environmental scientist named Dean of Sustainable Futures at Curtin

Curtin University has appointed one of Australia’s most recognised sustainability practitioners as its first Dean of Sustainable Futures in the…

Climate change & conservation

New report stimulates a ‘green wave’ to a net-zero tomorrow

Curtin University has reduced its energy consumption by three per cent every year and introduced a suite of energy reduction…

Biology and marine biology

New ‘crime scene investigation’ may save endangered carnivorous plants

Researchers have combined macro photography with DNA metabarcoding to create a new botanical “CSI” tool that may hold the key…

Climate change & conservation

Planting the seed for new soil carbon systems to address climate change

The Soil and Landscape Science Group (SLSG) at Curtin University will work with an international team to develop next generation…

Campus and global community

The future is modular

Construction and demolition waste currently contributes to at least 40 per cent of Australia’s landfill. With many homes in Australia…

Campus and global community

Could trackless trams replace light rail?

Quick to install, quiet and highly cost effective – trackless trams could significantly ease traffic congestion in Australia’s largest cities.…

Campus and global community

Bayswater community works with architecture students to inject life back into suburb

The city of Bayswater has been “treading water” for nearly 25 years, according to Chair of Future Bayswater, Paul Shanahan.…

Climate change & conservation

The carbon positive living lab: White Gum Valley

Australia’s signing of the Paris Agreement signifies the nation’s commitment to reducing the use of fossil fuels to combat climate…

Climate change & conservation

Bolstering Bangladesh: Curtin researchers help nation on the path to sustainability

Curtin University Sustainable Policy Institute (CUSP) recently worked with the Government of Bangladesh’s Governance Innovation Unit to help implement the UN’s Sustainable…

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