TAG: Professor Justin Brookes

Downstream Traffic: wildlife conservation and sustainable development’ Reflections on the future of Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre from a Study Tour to Cambodia

The illegal wildlife trade is one of the largest drivers of biodiversity loss and species endangerment globally. This is of particular concern in south-east Asia where the illegal harvesting and trade of animals and plants directly threatens many thousands of species for traditional medicines and wildlife derivatives, exotic pets, and consumption of bush meat. In […]

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Podcast: Carp in our rivers

Professor Justin Brookes from the University of Adelaide’s Environment Institute spoke with Ian Henschke on 891 ABC Adelaide recently, discussing a potential bio-control agent designed to control the carp problems we have in our rivers. Managing the current carp infestation problem in the Murray River systems has benefits and risks, and how we manage those can all have […]

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