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How to make national parks more efficient at saving animals

How to make national parks more efficient at saving animals

National parks are usually created on land that is too poor for agriculture and protect only 11%...

On the Spix Macaw and Conservation Triage

On the Spix Macaw and Conservation Triage

How does the world of conservation set its priorities? BBC Shared Planet reports from Qatar and...

Natural regeneration and rainforest restoration

Natural regeneration and rainforest restoration

About half of the world’s tropical forests have suffered some form of clearing, mostly for...

A call to better protect Antarctica

A call to better protect Antarctica

Photo: Aleks TeraudsWith a surge in visitors to Antarctica, Antarctica’s ice‐free land needs...

How Indigenous communities can help tackle climate change

How Indigenous communities can help tackle climate change

Karen GillowA new study shows that replanting native forests and woodlands vegetation on...

  • How to make national parks more efficient at saving animals

    How to make national parks more efficient at saving animals

    Thursday, 17 July 2014 03:12
  • On the Spix Macaw and Conservation Triage

    On the Spix Macaw and Conservation Triage

    Thursday, 26 June 2014 23:58
  • Natural regeneration and rainforest restoration

    Natural regeneration and rainforest restoration

    Wednesday, 25 June 2014 05:03
  • A call to better protect Antarctica

    A call to better protect Antarctica

    Tuesday, 17 June 2014 02:39
  • How Indigenous communities can help tackle climate change

    How Indigenous communities can help tackle climate change

    Monday, 26 May 2014 00:45

Biodiversity underpins the cultural and economic prosperity of Australia. The NERP Environmental Decision hub was funded through the Australian Governments National Environmental Research Program (NERP), for four years from 2011 to 2014.  We will carry out multidisciplinary, applied research in decision science for biodiversity conservation.

The research will result in new tools, data, models and authoritative syntheses that enable Australian governments to make evidence-based decisions that protect biodiversity. Our research program is structured around delivering outcomes on each of the five NERP research priorities: values, ecosystems, threats, sustainable use and markets.”

Our major research themes are :

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