Making the most of limited conservation funds

Do MPAs work for this iconic, threatened seabird?

A cautionary tale for conservation policy

Accounting for the cost of conservation is necessary to help save species

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Making the most of limited conservation funds
Do MPAs work for this iconic, threatened seabird?
A cautionary tale for conservation policy
Accounting for the cost of conservation is necessary to help save species
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On 22 May 2018, aligned with World Biodiversity Day, CEED hosted its inaugural online Twitter Conference with a focus on Environmental Decisions.

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Do MPAs work for this iconic, threatened seabird?

Seabirds depend on Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) as a safe haven for feeding, especially during their breeding season when adults spend days out at sea foraging to feed their young.

But a new study from CEED has found sites chosen at random would be more effective than the current MPAs managed by the Commonwealth Government for protecting one of Australia’s most iconic, threatened seabirds - the endemic Shy Albatross.

Read more: Do MPAs work for this iconic, threatened seabird?

Accounting for the cost of conservation is necessary to help save species

A lack of accurate and consistent estimates of the cost of conservation interventions has been hindering conservation decisions, both at local and international scales. 

A team of leading researchers has taken action towards resolving this problem to improve conservation practice and help save species.


Accounting for the cost of conservation is necessary to help save species

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