Monthly Archives: November 2017

Urgent Warning: Escalating Threats to Survival of Planet

  An urgent warning of major threats to the survival of our planet has just been published in BioScience. The paper by Ripple et al. (2017) has been endorsed by 15,364 scientist signatories from 184 countries (BioScience, bix125, https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/bix125). They are … Continue reading

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Cranes, Cackling Geese and Californian wetlands

During a recent visit to California, it was great to meet up with former Ducks Unlimited colleague Andy Engilis, and to re-visit two key waterbird sites in the delta of the Central Valley. Last seen in 2001, managed wetlands at … Continue reading

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Watering Wisdom Exchanged!

Water For Nature held another successful Exchange in the South Australian Riverland this week, showcasing successful environmental watering projects and exchanging stories between all the different people who engage in this challenging space! Standout stories came from Riverland artist Liz … Continue reading

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