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This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. Intriguing things sometimes happen in places deserted by people.
Sarah Bekessy, Georgia Garrard, Sarrah Hurley, Casey Visintin, Freya Thomas & Holly Kirk There’s a lot you can do to promote biodiversity when you’re designing
Thami Croeser, RMIT University; Camilo Ordóñez, The University of Melbourne, and Rodney van der Ree, The University of Melbourne Climate change is on everyone’s lips this
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Payton Chung/Flickr, CC BY Thami Croeser, RMIT University and Lucy Gunn, RMIT University The idea that we should decentralise our population has come up
Almost 9 in 10 Australians agree we should invest in restoring wildlife habitats and natural places.Klaus/Flickr, CC BY-SA Sarah Bekessy, RMIT University; Alex Kusmanoff, RMIT
Bekessy S.A., Kusmanoff A., Gordon A., Gregg E., Thomas F., Garrard G., Kirk H., Ringma J., Berthon K., Kidd L., Gutiérrez M., Hardy M., Selinske M., Sharma R. (2019) How should I vote if I care about preventing the extinction of nature? Published in The Conversation, 16 May 2019. Available at: https://theconversation.com/how-should-i-vote-if-i-care-about-preventing-the-extinction-of-nature-117197