Entries by Nathalie

Help us improve regional and remote quality of life

Since 2013, the Regional Wellbeing team at the University of Canberra has been asking people across Australia, in remote, rural and urban regions, about the liveability of their community, their wellbeing, and their ability to cope with challenging times. The program produces reports which show survey results across Australia as well as for specific groups […]

Grants to combat established pest animals and weeds

Each year, the economic impact of established vertebrate pest animals in Australian is around $800 million, while weeds cost us over $4 billion in terms of production losses and control activities. It is important to continue looking at new and innovative ways to manage the impact of priority established pest animal and weeds. The $13 […]

Report into the economic benefits of targeted land management stimulus

A new report released by Ernst and Young highlights the potential benefits of a targeted government land management sector stimulus to generate billions of dollars for local economies. Covid-19 has had a profound effect on the Australian economy has been profound and governments are seeking options to reignite economic activity. Ernst and Young’s ‘Delivering economic […]