India’s PM vows to overcome waste to promote growth

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has underlined his goal to achieve a “clean India” by October 2019 in order to help his country grow into an economic superpower.

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Unearthing the survival politics of South Korean organic farming

Yonjae Paik has unearthed the remarkable history of how organic farming became a social movement in South Korea.

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Solving ground water contamination with community science in Inner Mongolia

Dr Uchralt led a unique community science project bringing together water scientists and herders in Inner Mongolia as citizen scientists and discover a cheap, low-tech solution to the problem of gr

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Uchralt with some lamb bone char used for filtering the ground water

Research focus: Hannah Sarvasy

Hannah is one of three successful Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards in CHL this year.

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Dr Hannah Sarvasy

Unravelling the relationship between climate change and evolution

A new study led by ANU has found a strong link between a rapidly cooling climate about 14 million years ago and the decline of Australia's marsupial tigers, triggering the rise of the Tasmanian Dev

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CHL PhD Scholar Shimona Kealy with Tasmanian Devil bones. Image by Stuart Hay

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