Conservation research efforts recognised

Conservation research efforts recognised

CEED researchers have won a prestigious Thomson Reuters Citation Award for their significant...

Frog wars: survivors emerge in war with killer fungus

Frog wars: survivors emerge in war with killer fungus

Alpine tree frog image: David Hunter Australian scientists have found that some native frogs are...

CEED Early Career Leadership Blog

CEED Early Career Leadership Blog

The Leadership Program is an initiative started in an effort to develop environmental leaders -...

UNESCO World Heritage Report out

UNESCO World Heritage Report out

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Meet the Australian wildlife most threatened by climate change

Meet the Australian wildlife most threatened by climate change

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  • Conservation research efforts recognised

    Conservation research efforts recognised

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    Frog wars: survivors emerge in war with killer fungus

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    CEED Early Career Leadership Blog

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    UNESCO World Heritage Report out

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    Meet the Australian wildlife most threatened by climate change

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"Rounding up and shipping out horses has had its chance as a management strategy, and it has failed completely. The result is that our iconic Kosciuszko National Park is under an accelerating path of degradation, while at the same time, thousands of horses face prolonged suffering and death in the wild." Dr Don Driscoll and Dr Sam Banks    

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