Knowledge a key ingredient for PNG food security

From Ecos magazine, 7 October 2014: Papua New Guinea (PNG) is a land of diversity, home to hundreds of ethnic groups who between them speak 848 different languages. Its geography ranges from extensive coral reefs, to dense lowland rainforest, to snow-capped peaks more than 4 kilometres above sea level. It is one of the world’s Continue reading Knowledge a key ingredient for PNG food security

What’s the wash-up from this chemical life?

From Ecos magazine, 6 November 2013: Every day, Australians flush relatively small – but significant – amounts of chemicals down the drain, many excreted from their own bodies. These micropollutants – from the diverse medicines, personal hygiene products, household cleaning agents, dietary supplements and other chemical products we now use routinely – make their way Continue reading What’s the wash-up from this chemical life?