Bill Laurance Wins ‘Cassowary Award’
Innovation Award winner, Prof. Bill Laurance, affirms the importance of protecting the planet's most ancient ecosystemsView the media release
TESS team identifies warning signals of biodiversity collapse in tropical forests
Warning signals may aid in identifying the proximity of ecological communities to biodiversity thresholds from habitat loss—often termed “tipping points”—in tropical forests.View the publication
Why chop the Amazon in half?
The Amazon rainforest is one of the last great wildernesses. A new road project threatens a flood of illegal road building, logging, poaching, and droughts. So why build it?Watch the video
Africa's great migrations are failing
TESS’s Penny van Oosterzee decries the spread of fatal fences in AfricaRead the article
Crushed rocks to boost crops
Using crushed rocks, TESS researchers discover novel way to boost crops and CO2 storageRead the article
Chocolate: brought to you by bugs!
Samantha Forbes tells the world why insects are crucial for chocolate.Listen to the interview
Looking back at past sea level rises
TESS researcher Prof Sean Ulm highlights risks of future sea-level rise, and the effects of past rises.Read the discussion
TESS’s Noel Preece blasts Australia’s draft ‘Strategy for Nature'
Many believe that Australia's draft 'Strategy for nature' doesn't cut it.View the article