Scholars, policy makers and knowledge holders will address bushfire prevention, recovering threatened species, sustaining human health and wellbeing, and adapting to the regional impacts of climate change. We seek to understand how the end of logging operations will change the way native forests are managed, the challenges of future management, and the opportunities that this land-use change provides for regional prosperity.
Bringing together scientific and community knowledge on the costs and benefits of river floodplain restoration. *POSTPONED UNTIL 2023
A one-day symposium, addressing the impact of invasive vertebrate species across Australia through application of new and emerging biological control strategies.
This final webinar in the series takes us to a broad view of the past to define our approach to the future. We range from the natural history of our continent’s diverse landscapes and species, confronting the cultural and systemic responses needed to redefine and strengthen our relationships with the living world and better adapt to the challenges facing us as a nation in the near future.
In this series of five-minute talks, you’ll hear from twenty postgraduate students, public land managers and scientists who conduct research on public land.