Tag Archives: Decision Point

More than the humble yabbie: conserving Australia’s freshwater crayfish

Australia has nearly a quarter of the world’s 600 freshwater crayfish species, but we lag far behind in conserving them (and other invertebrates). Over at Decision Point, Qaecologist Lucie Bland shines a bright light on these fascinating yet neglected species, and discusses … Continue reading

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Cooperation and conflict in the conservation arena

By Michael Bode (This article was first published in the November 2012 issue of Decision Point, The Monthly Magazine of the Environmental Decisions Group) Systematic conservation planning is the absolute best-practice approach to conserving biodiversity in a large landscape. We create maps that … Continue reading

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Decision Point February 2012

In this month’s issue of Decision Point you can read about EDG researcher Phil Gibbons’s work on managing landscapes in the context of the Black Saturday Bushfire’s aftermath. Also be sure to check out QAECO’s own, and CEED deputy director, … Continue reading

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Decision Point

Decision Point is a monthly publication brought to you by the Environmental Decisions Group (EDG), of which QAECO is a part. From the magazine’s front cover: [Decision Point] presents news and views on environmental decision making, biodiversity, conservation planning and … Continue reading

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