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Victorian Biodiversity Conference 2018

Over two days in February 2018, the Victorian Biodiversity Conference aims to provide graduate students and early career researchers with an opportunity to showcase their work locally, and hopes to facilitate discussion and connections with industry, government, senior academics and the public through stimulating plenaries and panel discussions. Everyone is welcome to attend, and the Red List of Ecosystems (RLE) will be there too. Come join us!

RLE side event in CBD SBSTTA-21

RLE side event to be held on Thurs 14th December, led by Carlos Zambrana. The agenda includes several short presentations:

CBD: Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice - 21

Article 25 of the Convention on Biological Diversity establishes an open-ended intergovernmental scientific advisory body known as the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA) to provide the Conference of the Parties (COP) and, as appropriate, its other subsidiary bodies, with timely advice relating to the implementation of the Convention. As a subsidiary body of the COP, SBSTTA is to report regularly to the COP on all aspects of its work.

EcoTas 2017 – Putting ecology to work

The Ecological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Ecological Society are delighted to announce EcoTAS 2017, the sixth joint meeting organised by the two societies. Bridging the Tasman every four years, this combined annual meeting always delivers top-quality ecological science drawn from all ecological subdisciplines from throughout Australasia and beyond. EcoTAS 2017 promises an exciting programme of plenary speakers, symposia, workshops and social events, all held in the beautiful Hunter Valley.

Risk in an Interconected World - The 10th Annual Society for Risk Analysis Australia & New Zealand Conference

The 10th Annual Society for Risk Analysis Australia & New ZealandConference, hosted by the Society’s spiritual home, the University of Melbourne, focuses this year´s theme around how today’s risk landscape calls for us to establish better connections and to engage in stimulating dialogue with each other. Join and help bring together a wide range of risk disciplines to start conversations, build bridges, and harness the power of collaborative thinking!

IUCN Red List of Ecosystems


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