Graduates and UNEP

Graduates and UNEP

Two UQ CEED graduates are off to work conserving the great apes of Africa and Asia. Emily Massingham and Dylan Jones recently headed over to Nairobi to commence a six-month internship with the Great Apes Survival Partnership (GRASP). GRASP is a UN Environment Programme initiative committed to ensuring the long-term survival of chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, […]

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Participants in the ‘Conservation challenges and opportunities in areas of armed conflict’ workshop. (Photo by Felipe Suarez)

Networking for conservation in Colombia

ICCB 2017 through the eyes of newbies In July, we travelled to the colourful city of Cartagena in Colombia to attend the Society for Conservation Biology’s bi-annual International Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB) conference. “Insights for sustaining life on Earth” was the theme for this year’s conference, with an emphasis on how to better manage […]

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Eduardo Gallo Cajiao presents Julia Miranda, the Director of the National Parks Service of Colombia, with a copy of Decision Point en Español. Julia commented that this type of science magazine would be very valuable to their management agency but these types of resources were rarely available.

Decision Point en Español launched in Colombia

A Spanish-speaking magazine for a Spanish-speaking audience As announced in the July issue of Decision Point, Decision Point en Español is now available. Our Spanish cousin got its official launch at the ICCB 2017 (the International Congress for Conservation Biology) run this year in Cartagena – in Spanish-speaking Colombia. CEED researchers ran a workshop at […]

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Bishan Park, a great example of innovative urban planning in Singapore. (Photo by National Parks Board, Singapore).

Building bridges to the island city-state

CEED and the National University of Singapore Singapore is an important regional centre for biodiversity and conservation science. In recent years CEED has established many collaborations with researchers at the country’s national university – the National University of Singapore (NUS). These growing links are proving mutually beneficial to both countries as well as advancing environmental […]

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An international affair

CEED and its many international linkages The problem of conserving biodiversity with inadequate resources is a problem everywhere. It’s not restricted to Australia. While the operations of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions (CEED) are largely based in Australia, both our science network and the impacts of our research are truly international. Our […]

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