Monthly Archives: January 2019

The difficult path to sustainable aquaculture

If Tasmania wants to lead the world in fish farming it will have to deploy public resources for environmental monitoring. Humans need food, but producing it is hard work. A long time ago they worked out that most people could … Continue reading

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In this New Year, what are we celebrating?

A string of calamitous weather events and our rising carbon emissions leave a sense of foreboding for the year to come. Celebrating is what we do in the festive season, but it’s hard to feel good about the truly grotesque … Continue reading

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