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Inside the current issue…

#95 April 2016

Costs and feasibility
Pre-empting the future
Who makes the best decisions?
The grey-crowned babbler
Using Important Bird Areas
Case study: New Zealand
Managing habitat fragmentation
CEED Workshop
CEED / BirdLife workshop

Decisions, decisions, decisions

In this bumper issue, we explore a wide range of topics surrounding good environmental decision making

Restoring marine coastal ecosystems

Costs and feasibility

Mapping the Flickr of night lights

Scientists use information from photos

Scanning the horizon for threats and opportunities

Pre-empting the future

‘Robots’ vs environmental managers

Who makes the best decisions?

Mapping an argument

Dispelling the curse of knowledge

Learning about past restoration effort

The grey-crowned babbler

Reconciling ‘irreplaceability’ and ‘importance’

Using Important Bird Areas

Addressing unconscious bias in science

And what CEED is doing about it

On target to save more species

Case study: New Zealand

How often, how far, how risky and how biased?

Managing habitat fragmentation

Conservation planning in a very complex region

The Lecce Workshop

Our people

Meet our researchers

Workshopping the network

CEED Workshop

Tracking seabirds for conservation

CEED / BirdLife workshop

CEED leads international effort to make more of scenarios

CEED workshop

‘Degraded’, or is it just different?

Perceptions and value judgements

Building smarter collaborations for conservation

How best to build collaborations

Intact ecosystems provide best defence against climate change

How should we adapt to climate change