Monthly Archives: November 2013
Water Research Centre members honoured at AWA awards night.
At the recent South Australia Australian Water Association Annual Awards, two members of the Water Research Centre were honoured with awards. Graeme Dandy was awarded The Premier’s Water Medal for 2013. The award recognises an eminent individual for outstanding contribution to the South Australian water industry or management or conservation of water in the state. […]
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Can we save the Tasmanian devil from extinction?
SEMINAR The iconic Tasmanian devil is under threat. Not only does it face traditional conservation pressures, a devastating facial tumor is wiping out populations across Tasmania. The species is the focus of numerous conservation efforts and research, but can the devil be saved from extinction? Professor Katherine Belov, ARC Future Fellow and Professor of Comparative […]
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Environment Institute celebrates success with the latest ARC funding round
In the latest round of ARC funding announced today Environment Institute researchers received five ARC Discovery grants, four Future Fellowships and a DECRA. This is a huge achievement for the Institute and we congratulate all involved. The combined worth of the grants is over $5 million. Discovery Grant Recipients Professor Alan Cooper, Associate Professor Phill […]
Experts in Sustainable Development: ‘Cents and Sustainability’ – Is there still a first mover advantage for South Australia?’
RSVP – Click here to register your attendance. By Friday 8 November. Date: November 14th 2013 Time: 4:30pm – 5:30pm Venue: The University of Adelaide, North Terrace, Napier G04, Napier Building, Ground Floor. Speaker: Charlie Hargroves, Sustainability Development Fellow (ECIC University of Adelaide), Senior Research Fellow (Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute), and co-founder of The […]
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