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Environment Institute blog

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Dec

Water recovery is not driving rural decline

New research from the University of Adelaide has shown that climate and economic factors are the main drivers of farmers leaving their properties in the Murray-Darling Basin, not reduced water for irrigation as commonly claimed. Led by Professor Sarah Wheeler, Professor of Water Economics of the University’s Centre for Global Food and Resources and the …

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Dec

ARC Grants Announced with EI Members

We’re delighted to announce our Environment Institute members have been announced for the ongoing funded with the ARC grants. In this round we have seven members (and their associates) included on round 1 for 2020. See all of the announcements for ARC funding here. ARC Discovery Projects 2020 DP200102328 Dr Emma Sherratt with Flinders University …

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Dec

Healthy coastal habitats essential for combating climate change

Blue carbon ecosystems such as seagrasses, mangroves and tidal saltmarshes have exceptional capacity to sequester carbon dioxide. Compared to many terrestrial forests, these coastal vegetation communities can accumulate carbon at faster rates and store it for longer periods, making them an important tool to combat climate change. The Goyder Institute for Water Research’s Coastal Carbon …

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