CEED researcher elected head of global conservation society

CEED researcher elected head of global conservation society

Australia has a stronger voice in conservation, with the election of CEED...

Split reserves increase bilby’s survival chance

Split reserves increase bilby’s survival chance

Australia’s shy Easter bunny alternative, the endangered bilby, will have a far better chance of...

Post-doctoral fellowships available

Post-doctoral fellowships available

Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Two Positions Available) Highly motivated Postdoctoral Research...

PhD opportunity: Smart Allocation of Restoration Funds

PhD opportunity: Smart Allocation of Restoration Funds

The emerging imperative in Australia and globally for restoring ecosystems requires smart...

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    CEED researcher elected head of global conservation society

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    Split reserves increase bilby’s survival chance

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    Post-doctoral fellowships available

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    PhD opportunity: Smart Allocation of Restoration Funds

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Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Two Positions Available) with CEED close 02 November, don't miss this opportunity: http://t.co/cE6lbsI99v
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Like eating fish? It's time to start caring where it comes from says @CarissaJoyKlein http://t.co/eg4wn7KjC5 via @ConversationEDU
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Split reserves increase bilby’s survival chance http://t.co/jeFXfpjr0v
UQ and CEED researcher @cyclonewatson elected head of global conservation society, congrats James: http://t.co/0XZKywEb91 via @uq_news

 

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   “Rounding up and shipping out horses has had its chance as a management strategy, and it has failed completely. The result is that our iconic Kosciuszko National Park is under an accelerating path of degradation, while at the same time, thousands of horses face prolonged suffering and death in the wild.” - Dr Don Driscoll and Dr Sam Banks    

 

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