Category: threatened species
Funding for Glossy Black Cockatoo allow Environment Institute members to continue recovery on Kangaroo Island
We are delighted our researchers continue to step up and respond to the ongoing needs of bushfire recovery efforts. In collaboration with the Kangaroo Island Landscape Board, Environment Institute member, Dr Prowse has been awarded funding through the Wildlife and Habitat Bushfire Recovery Program. He will be developing a revegetation strategy to support the conservation of […]
Professor Hugh Possingham featured in Sydney Morning Herald – why is Australia a global leader in wildlife extinctions?
Why are plant and animal species in Australia becoming extinct as fast as ever. Why is it happening? And what would it take to reverse the decline? In this article, Chair of the Environment Institute Board, Professor Possingham speaks of the devastation caused to flora and fauna since colonisation occurred in Australia. The country has lost […]
Series two for Autumn 2020, builds on our summer Ecology and Evolution Series to discover how we can better protect our most threatened species as they adapt to our changing environments. Join us as our experts share their research. When: Friday 6 March to Friday 29 May 2020 Time: 3:00pm – 4:00 pm Location: Benham Lecture Theatre, […]