Mapping the genome of this hungry caterpillar might help scientists target what makes it such an effective megapest that it can develop resistance to most known insecticides the world over.
Using the same methodology used in Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions accounting system, Kenya is now keeping track of its carbon emissions and leading the way in Africa.
Industrial-scale agriculture that focuses on increased yields might not be the answer to feeding the world’s growing population. New research suggests the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals require a discussion on quality over quantity, where smaller farms are recognised as the nutrient power house.
Modern technology and old-fashioned community connectedness are transforming irrigation practices in a little corner of Tasmania.
New thinking is required if we are to achieve the future we signed up for with the UN sustainable development goals, a new study has found.
Have you, or someone you know, ever wanted to travel the world or move somewhere different but couldn’t because of family commitments or a relationship? It appears that for legumes too, close relationships hold them back from spreading about the globe.
Much of the hard work behind future decisions on development in Northern Australia has been done over the winter – getting hot and dirty in the field collecting the data and the detail that describe the country.
The idea of infrastructure usually conjures images of bitumen, concrete and steel reinforcement. The first internationally-coordinated review of the state of the world’s pollinators now calls for green infrastructure – even ‘bee highways’. They’ve just published in Nature.