Our scientists are developing solutions to our mounting air, land and water pollution problems.
Our scientists are working with industry, regulators and the community in the search for solutions to our mounting air, land and water pollution problems.
Enzyme product removes pesticides from water
CSIRO has come up with an environmental first - an enzyme-based product that rapidly breaks down specific pesticide and herbicide contaminants.
CSIRO has come up with an environmental first - a product that rapidly breaks down pesticide contaminants in wastewater.
Modelling species responses to climate
CSIRO Entomology has developed a software package to predict the possible distribution and movement of insects, vertebrates, weeds and pathogens in response to various climatic scenarios.
Moth joins Kakadu weed battle
A small moth has been released to help control one of Australia's most significant weed menaces, Mimosa pigra, which is threatening the sensitive wetlands of Kakadu in the Northern Territory.
The weed mimosa threatens sensitive wetlands in northern Australia and CSIRO is engaged in the biological control battle.
Mimosa biological control project
CSIRO scientists are researching new biological control agents to help manage and control Mimosa pigra, an introduced weed invading wetlands in tropical Australia.
Kapalga fact sheet series: fire and streams
This fact sheet explains the affect of fire on Top End streams. It is part of a series of fact sheets on the effects of fire on various aspects of the environment and the use of fire in conservation management.
Landscape monitoring and modelling
The research of the Landscape Monitoring and Modelling group is helping natural resource managers to make important water management decisions.
Integrated Water Systems Analysis fact sheet
An outline of the goals and activities of the Integrated Water Systems Analysis Stream within the Urban Water Research Theme of the Water for a Healthy Country Flagship. (2 pages)
Improving Murray-Darling Basin health
The Heartlands consortium aims to improve land use in the Murray-Darling Basin to preserve land and water resources and sustain commodity production.
Analysing pathways to sustainability in Indonesia
Indonesia is pioneering a new approach to national decision making that helps explain the impact high-level decisions have on ordinary people and on natural resources like water, timber, land and energy - as well as on the economy itself.