Issue 215 to 226.

Grass fire in a lightly wooded area.

Programs to build Indigenous and scientific knowledge partnerships are tackling a range of contemporary sustainable development issues.

Two policemen in a canoe on a flooded street

Editorial: Understanding and managing the emergent risks of climate change requires a new focus for mitigation and adaptation responses.

The breadth of CSIRO's research in northern Australia will be showcased at the Developing Northern Australia conference in Darwin this month.

Four cattle wearing radio collars standing in a line

CSIRO’s Digital Dashboard helps farmers optimise stock and pasture performance by combining in-depth on-farm data with global information on markets and weather.

Two stockmen with a herd of cattle in grassland

A total system approach to health and biosecurity risk assessment is not only good for northern Australia, but also for sustaining Australia’s healthy population and economy.

Aerial photo of a large rectangular earth dam among crops and trees

Cost-effective development of northern Australia’s water resources for agriculture requires a more holistic look at the opportunities.

Three Indigenous rangers in a motor boat

Jobs, income, protecting cultural sites: northern Indigenous communities reap other benefits from looking after country.

A bulk carrier on bright blue water

Spotting an oil spill in a 2,300 km long marine park is no easy task, but new remote sensing technology is set to change that.

The ocean stretching to the horizon

Our understanding of the ocean’s biological pump, and the capacity of the ocean to sequester carbon dioxide, has been enhanced by a new study examining ocean eddies.