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Environment

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Climate change & conservation

Curtin students and industry team up to solve key sustainability challenges

Curtin University students have joined forces with industry to help solve sustainability challenges on fast fashion, renewable energy, water management…

Environment

Curtin leads the way in mineral carbonation for a greener future

Curtin University is proud to be leading the way in the State Government’s roadmap to decarbonising Western Australia through integrated…

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…

Environment

Ningaloo corals are ill-equipped to handle future climate change

The relatively pristine coral populations of WA’s inshore Kimberley region are better equipped to survive ocean warming than the World…

Campus and global community

The world’s most remote oceans are polluted with microplastics: study

Curtin scientists who analysed seawater samples taken by Jon Sanders on his recent circumnavigation voyage have found microplastics present in…

Biology and marine biology

Fin whale songs shed light on migration patterns

A Curtin University-led research team has uncovered valuable information on the migration patterns of the fin whale, as well as…

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…

Campus and global community

New Curtin research resurrects ‘lost’ coral species

With about one-third of the world’s corals currently under threat of extinction due to climate change, Curtin researchers have made…

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…

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