Posts by Amy Edwards

Koala Bear sitting in a tree looking face on. Image by Shutterstock

Counting and monitoring koalas is no walk in the park. We chat to the experts to find out why.

Pictured is the Leichardt River and Falls

Northern Australia contains diverse and important river and coastal systems with high natural values including species and habitats of national […]

Picture of Windsor Bridge disappearing into flood waters in March 2022.

With Australians facing the prospect of ‘big wets’ and ‘long drys’, a group of researchers at CSIRO explain why we need to shift our approach in decision-making when investing in resilient infrastructure.

Revegetation and pile fields on the Mary River in January 2022, prior to recent flood events. Photograph by Caitlin Mill, Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee.

Deteriorating water quality is one of the biggest threats to the Great Barrier Reef. Vital protection and recovery efforts are taking place in the catchments adjoining this national treasure's coastline.

A historic house surrounded by flood water in Windsor NSW during the March floods in 2022.

CSIRO is a part of the national response to extreme weather: our transport planning tool is helping supplies reach flood-hit communities.

Mapping millions of vehicle trips across Australia’s supply chains helps growers and governments to reduce costs and improve efficiency.

An abandoned car sits among the ash as a reminder of the Kosciuszko fire, Snowy Mountains, Australia. Pictured on the shores of Jourama Pondage Talbingo January 2020. Image by Kate Langford, CSIRO

Dealing with the rising threat of wildfires has become a global concern.

Bushfire burns dangerously close to residential property

As we head into another bushfire season, a new online guide offers advice on building and retrofitting homes for bushfire resilience.

A raging Australian bushfire with large flames against a green forest. Image/Flickr

Used alongside other fire management approaches, hazard reduction burning can reduce the impact of bushfire on property and loss of life.