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Australia-India collaboration to address climate change impact on mango-growing regions

Researchers from Western Sydney University’s Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment will investigate mango varieties and their pollinators in India and Australia following an Australia-India Council (AIC) grant.

Australian-first study to futureproof caring for young children in disasters

Western Sydney University and the Australian Breastfeeding Association are calling on caregivers of infants and young children impacted by the devastating Black Summer Bushfires to share their experiences as part of a first-of-its-kind study.

Green track comes to life in heart of Parramatta

Western Sydney University researchers have watched on eagerly as Australia’s total longest stretch of green track has come to life. The initiative forms part of the NSW Government’s $2.8 billion Stage 1 Parramatta Light Rail project.

Drones take to skies to ‘plant’ seeds at Australia’s biggest botanic garden

Cutting-edge drone technology is being used at the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan to restore native vegetation on degraded land.

New report calls for change in approach to regional migrant settlement

Western Sydney University’s School of Business and School of Social Sciences, in collaboration with Charles Darwin University, have launched a new framework aimed at improving the settlement of migrants and refugees in regional Australia post-COVID.

Hawkesbury-Nepean Waterkeeper Alliance launches report card

Hawkesbury-Nepean Waterkeeper Alliance has released its inaugural ‘River Report Card’. Launched at the second regional Waterkeeper Forum, the report provides a snapshot of the overall health and wellbeing of the Hawkesbury-Nepean River.

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Voter analysis shows Western Sydney a dynamic and unpredictable region that should not be taken for granted

As the fallout from the 2022 federal election continues, a new analysis of western Sydney voting behaviours reveals an intensely politically-diverse region, with scattered and profound swings.

What’s the bloody big deal? How Australian workplaces and educational institutions can help break the menstrual taboo

A team of multidisciplinary Western Sydney University researchers have launched a new white paper exploring how workplaces and educational institutions can help break the menstrual taboo.

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