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Opinion: Without urgent action, these are the street trees unlikely to survive climate change

Cities across the world are on the front line of climate change, and calls are growing for more urban cooling. Many governments are spending big on new trees in public places – but which species are most likely to thrive in a warmer world?

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Opinion: Sydney’s dams may be almost full – but don’t relax, because drought will come again

Dams serving capital cities such as Canberra, Hobart and Sydney are near full after two years of widespread rainfall. But these wet conditions won’t last.

New appointment to the Board of Trustees of Western Sydney University

Western Sydney University announces the appointment of Mr James Christian PSM, to its Board of Trustees. The appointment follows the retirement from the Board of Emeritus Professor MaryAnn Bin-Sallik AO, after six years of outstanding service.

Christmas Toy Appeal 2021

Christmas comes early at Western Sydney University, thanks to Chancellor’s Christmas Toy Appeal

Western Sydney University has once again held its annual Chancellor’s Christmas Toy Appeal in support of vulnerable children across the Greater Western Sydney region this holiday season.

Participants of the Yarramundi Lecture 2021

Yarramundi Lecture shines a light on healing country

Western Sydney University was proud to host its annual Yarramundi Lecture exploring the 2021 NAIDOC theme ‘Heal Country’ on Thursday, 9 December.

Virtual internship program connects students with leading start ups

Western Sydney University’s Launch Pad is proud to collaborate with the Sydney School of Entrepreneurship (SSE) on a new virtual internship program that will provide students with a behind-the-scenes look into Australia’s leading start ups.

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