Tag Archives: environment

It’s make or break time for Australia’s national parks

This post was published originally at The Conversation. It is authored by Euan Ritchie, Bill Laurance, Corey Bradshaw (re-blogged on his site too), David Watson, Emma Johnston, Hugh Possingham, Ian Lunt and me, and arose from a conversation that Euan initiated … Continue reading

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Royal Society of Victoria Lecture on Science for Conservation Decisions

I’m speaking tomorrow (7.00 pm, 22 November 2012) at the Royal Society of Victoria. It will be in the Lecture Theatre upstairs in the Royal Society building (entry via 8 La Trobe Street Melbourne). RSV lectures are open to all … Continue reading

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Measuring the effects of conservation management

Billions of dollars have been spent over the last decade or two on programs to improve the condition of Australia’s environment. These programs include Landcare, the Natural Heritage Trust, and the Caring for Our Country program. The Australian government has, … Continue reading

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Proposed changes to SCB’s bylaws

The Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) is changing its bylaws. Some of the changes are minor, to clarify current practices, and to comply with laws in California where SCB is incorporated. But some changes are more substantive, so it is … Continue reading

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