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James Watson
Director of Science and Research Lab Leader, Green Fire Science (), Professor
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James Trezise 6 Sep 18
An area of threatened species habitat larger than Tasmania has been destroyed since national threatened species law (the EPBC Act) was introduced in 2000.
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TSR Hub Feb 25
10 threatened species badly impacted by this summer's fires live in urban areas. Here are ways you can help them in your own yards and neighbourhoods.
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UQ News Feb 25
“Researchers are going to have to adapt their work to our changing climate,” Professor on the effects of climate change on the higher education sector.
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Jamison Ervin Jan 15
Top 5 from report? , & associated impacts. This is not just a climate crisis, but a planetary emergency, involving everyone on earth. RT if you agree, 2020 is the year we must change the trajectory of our 🌎.
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James Allan Feb 25
New review on the immense values of wilderness areas - and advances in mapping and monitoring them. Good support for CBD Target 1 calling for all to be conserved
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James Watson Feb 25
Pretty simple really. Like as we need to ban to try and stop zoonotic viruses spreading out of control, we also must stop logging native forests to ensure no more bushfire crises.
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Alan White Feb 24
It took me a full 30 seconds to work out whose name Trump was trying to say here and then I fell off my chair
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UQ News Feb 24
Australian experts are calling for the higher education sector to prepare for the knock-on effects of climate change on their research.
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UQ_CBCS Feb 23
own presents tomorrow's Tuesday seminar - on conserving the "other" half of the planet, areas beyond national jurisdiction. Join us at 11am, Goddard 501
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Lauren Rickards Feb 24
'Research is not immune to climate change' - on the need to stop pretending we only talk/write about & are not affected by it. If research is undermined, so is lots of positive stuff incl. on . New paper: & I
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Michelle Ward Feb 22
PREPRINT: New species goal in the Post-2020 targets completely inadequate to prevent extinctions. Check out latest paper for details:
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Brooke Williams Feb 22
The post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework must not accept species extinctions, check out our PREPRINT:
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SciGlow Feb 23
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Peter Hannam Feb 21
(New from me): Quarter of the world's oceans need urgent action to preserve wildlife via
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Neil David Burgess Feb 21
Good to see this one out. Strayed into the marine world as I periodically do
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James Watson Feb 21
So we can guess what’s needed or we can use the evidence - well done and many others for clearly showing at least a quarter of the oceans need urgent conservation attention
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WCS Feb 21
At least 26% of the ocean requires conservation attention in order to preserve Earth’s marine , a new study co-authored by says.
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UNEP-WCMC Feb 21
New study points out that 26% of our need urgent conservation attention to preserve Earth’s marine biodiversity. Learn more: 🌊🐠
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WCS Feb 21
“The international community needs to rapidly increase the scale of marine conservation efforts if we are to maintain the health of our oceans,” said lead author Dr. Kendall Jones of WCS’s Conservation Solutions Program.
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Nat Moss Feb 21
More than a quarter of the world's need protecting urgently. via Marine species need space to live free from human impacts, scientists claim. Read the Study Here:
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