A cautionary tale for conservation policy

Accounting for the cost of conservation is necessary to help save species

Better addressing global sustainability challenges

Who’s ready for climate change? You can Google that…

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A cautionary tale for conservation policy
Accounting for the cost of conservation is necessary to help save species
Better addressing global sustainability challenges
Who’s ready for climate change? You can Google that…
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CEED Twitter Conference

On 22 May 2018, aligned with World Biodiversity Day, CEED hosted its inaugural online Twitter Conference with a focus on Environmental Decisions.

We're proud that the latest in environmental decision science was freely accessible to all, and that our online conference didn't generate travel emissions! More info...

Accounting for the cost of conservation is necessary to help save species

A lack of accurate and consistent estimates of the cost of conservation interventions has been hindering conservation decisions, both at local and international scales. 

A team of leading researchers has taken action towards resolving this problem to improve conservation practice and help save species.


Accounting for the cost of conservation is necessary to help save species

Who’s ready for climate change? You can Google that…

What do you do if you have a question? You probably ‘Google it’.

Now a team of researchers at The University of Queensland is using the big data produced from Google search histories to gauge how ready countries are for the impacts of climate change.

PhD candidate Carla Archibald, from the Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions, said the researchers used the information to assess general awareness of climate change.

Read more: Who’s ready for climate change? You can Google that…

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