Conservation covenants – an agreement forever or not worth the paper they’re written on?

Conservation covenants – an agreement forever or not worth the paper they’re written on?

Conservation covenants are an increasingly popular strategy for conserving biodiversity on private land but how effective are they? New research involving CEED, RMIT...

Bright spots shine light on the future of coral reefs

Bright spots shine light on the future of coral reefs

Researchers including University of Queensland and Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions (CEED) scientists have discovered a handful of “bright spots” among...

Trade-offs between biodiversity, carbon and agricultural development in our northern savannas

Trade-offs between biodiversity, carbon and agricultural development in our northern savannas

There’s a lot of talk about developing Australia’s north, of doubling the agricultural output of this region and pouring billions of dollars into new infrastructure...

Measuring impact of Kenya’s ivory burning ‘urgent’ say UQ scientists

Measuring impact of Kenya’s ivory burning ‘urgent’ say UQ scientists

Press Release - for immediate release 9 June 2016.  Nature Paper link - text version link  Gathering evidence on the impact of Kenya’s record-breaking ivory burn on...

Decision Point special issue: Marine conservation

Decision Point special issue: Marine conservation

The June issue of Decision Point  (#96) is a special issue on marine conservation – it’s all about making decisions (trade-offs) in the marine realm.  Read online, or...

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    Conservation covenants – an agreement forever or not worth the paper they’re written on?

    Friday, 17 June 2016 04:09
  • Bright spots shine light on the future of coral reefs

    Bright spots shine light on the future of coral reefs

    Thursday, 16 June 2016 00:38
  • Trade-offs between biodiversity, carbon and agricultural development in our northern savannas

    Trade-offs between biodiversity, carbon and agricultural development in our northern savannas

    Friday, 10 June 2016 01:10
  • Measuring impact of Kenya’s ivory burning ‘urgent’ say UQ scientists

    Measuring impact of Kenya’s ivory burning ‘urgent’ say UQ scientists

    Wednesday, 08 June 2016 22:14
  • Decision Point special issue: Marine conservation

    Decision Point special issue: Marine conservation

    Wednesday, 08 June 2016 04:17

 

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