Our research is helping to maintain the integrity of our environments, from oceans to land to climate, and ensure our natural resources are used sustainably.
Soil is everywhere, but it is also very valuable. Let's dig into exactly why.
Millions of specimens held in our National Research Collections Australia are going digital for science.
Eight teams took part in our Plastics Innovation Hub Indonesia's Demo Day to develop innovative solutions to plastic waste.
Amelia Fyfield is bringing researchers, businesses, government, industry and investors together to fight plastic waste in the Indo-Pacific.
The State of the Climate report summarises observations and trends in Australia’s climate and outlines what we know about our climate future.
The findings have big implications for how Australians prepare for extreme weather events.
Insect pollinators are just as important for native flowers as they are for crops. We’re unveiling the hidden pollinator networks in the Australian alps.
Soft plastics are one of the most difficult materials to recycle. We’re working on solutions to help generate pathways for soft plastics recycling in Australia.
We are working with a with a gum tree species to both conserve and commercialise it.
Global carbon emissions at record levels with no signs of shrinking, new data shows. Humanity has a monumental task ahead
To celebrate the Birdlife Australia Aussie Bird Count, we asked the Atlas of Living Australia to find out Australia’s most spotted birds.
We’re building our National Biodiversity DNA Library to help identify and monitor species across Australia and in our surrounding waters.