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GER and its partners run a number of local and national events every year to engage, educate and build the capacity of a range of different interest groups, including conferences, forums, landholder workshops and wildlife spotlighting surveys.

Bushfire Facts Live

Zoom videoconference

Join some of Australia’s leading scientists to learn about the key findings of their Bushfire Recovery Research Project and the practical implications for decision makers and onground practitioners. Led by Prof Brendan Mackey from Griffith University and Prof David Lindenmayer from the Australian National University in partnership with the Great Eastern Ranges, the project has […]

Enhancing connections between human and environmental health

Zoom videoconference

Join key connectivity conservation experts for the first webinar in the Art of Connecting series: We Are Nature: enhancing connections between human and environmental health. Run by the Conservation Across Large Landscapes Australia New Zealand (CALLANZ) network the webinar series seeks to aid the practice and science of connectivity conservation through the sharing of knowledge, […]

Providing Natural Solutions through Connecting Landscapes

Zoom videoconference

Join key experts at this two-hour webinar to learn about the integrated natural solutions that connectivity conservation can provide. Hosted by Penelope Figgis AO, Oceania Vice President of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA), the webinar will bring together speakers from a diversity of backgrounds to explore the integrated natural solutions that connectivity conservation can provide, with a focus on the climate, biodiversity and health crisis.

Greater and Squirrel Glider Symposium

Zoom videoconference

Join Australia’s leading glider researchers and practitioners including Professor David Lindenmayer, Associate Professor Ross Goldingay and Dr Rodney Van Der Ree, at the Greater and Squirrel Glider virtual symposium on 27-28 October 2020. The focus of the event will be on sharing information and improving collaborative and strategic approaches to glider conservation through a series […]

Connecting for Wildlife Movement webinar

Zoom videoconference

Connecting for Wildlife Movement, MC’d by Justine Daw, Director on Reconnecting Northland’s Board, will bring together expert panellists to explore the critical importance of well-connected landscapes for wildlife survival and adaptation and how to convert science into action

Connecting People, Connecting Nature conference

Queensland Multicultural Centre 102 Main Street, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Join leading local and international experts at this two-day, high-level event to learn about the science and practice of connectivity conservation, and how it can help meet our planetary challenges.

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