Archived publication for 2006
We have managed to regulate the Murray, but we have not yet reconciled with it.
You have probably never heard of the baijiÃ¢â‚¬â€the graceful, grey dolphin endemic to the Yangtze River with tiny eyes and a long narrow beak. If you ever visit China, chances are you will never see one.
Many countries are searching for a publicly acceptable system for nuclear waste disposal. Australia may be in a unique position to offer safe long term burial of waste. This will not only make a substantial contribution to world security but also...
Are polar bears really threatened by global warming or are they being opportunistically exploited by scientists and activists to sell a particularly bleak and brittle story of their iconic status?
What can we learn from six years of salinity hype?