Bee genes tell a tale of climate change

The genetic record of bee species in the islands of the South Pacific carries evidence of the dramatic global effects of climate change over the past 20,000 years, Flinders research has found.

Securing the future of regional SA

Flinders University is part of a newly-formed cooperative that will work together to tackle climate change and other social, environmental and economic pressures affecting the sustainability of South Australia’s Yorke and Mid North region.

Meat-free for the greater good

A Flinders University animal studies expert warns that the deeply ingrained meat-eating habits of modern Western society are having a “disastrous” effect on the environment.

Global warming could kill off snails

Climate change models must be reworked in a bid to save some of the world’s smallest and slimiest creatures from extinction, a Flinders University researcher warns.

Australia should think regionally on climate change

Australia should look to bilateral and regional partnerships for progress on climate change given the political risks and costs of pursuing unilateral action at home, according to Flinders University political scientist, Professor Malcolm Cook.

Lizards feel climate change

You have to hand it to the pygmy bluetongue – to date, it has quietly survived a barrage of natural hazards and man-made pressures. But the […]