Mixed policies can meet multiple expectations in Kalimantan's tropical forest landscapes

Mixed policies can meet multiple expectations in Kalimantan's tropical forest landscapes

Land-use planning in complex landscapes is a major challenge. Meeting the needs and desires of multiple stakeholders competing for the same area of land is never easy....

What can extinct species do to help conservation?

What can extinct species do to help conservation?

The dodo, the passenger pigeon and the Tasmanian tiger are well-known victims of extinction caused by human behaviour, but could their status be used to help...

Victoria’s flower-strewn western plains could be swamped by development

Victoria’s flower-strewn western plains could be swamped by development

As part of the Conversation's EcoCheck series, Assoc Prof Sarah Bekessy & Dr Georgia Garrard discuss the conservation fate of Victoria's...

CEED Director joins National Academy of Sciences

CEED Director joins National Academy of Sciences

CEED director Hugh Possingham has received formal recognition for his contribution to original research, elected as a foreign associate to the National Academy of...

Making better biodiversity decisions in farm investment

Making better biodiversity decisions in farm investment

Governments around the world pay farmers large sums of money each year to protect and restore biodiversity on farmland. When added together, these sums total billions...

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    Mixed policies can meet multiple expectations in Kalimantan's tropical forest landscapes

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    Victoria’s flower-strewn western plains could be swamped by development

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    CEED Director joins National Academy of Sciences

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