Striking the balance between environmental asset use and maximizing economic returns.
Georgina is a reporter for The Canberra Times
A $20m budget allocation will create a new invasive species research centre based in Canberra.
Pollen-sensitive citizens listen up.
The wind farm will be NSW's largest once it is completed.
University of Canberra scientists are harnessing mobile phones to tap into frogs' conversations.
Platypus, native water rats and other species are being killed by illegal traps left in Canberra's lakes.
The release of a new calicivirus strain is imminent but ACT vets are running low on the vaccine used to protect pet bunnies.
ACT Parks and Conversation will introduce a new strain of the calicivirus and expect it will wipe out up to 40 per cent of pest rabbits.
Drones, sniffer dogs and land patrols are used in the regions war against noxious weeds.
Food shortage is having a grave impact on flying fox populations and ACT Wildlife has warned Canberrans to keep clear and report malnourished or dead bats to authorities.