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Sarah Bekessy, RMIT University and Brendan Wintle, The University of Melbourne Australia is losing more biodiversity than any other developed nation. Already this year the
The pandemic has underlined an important truth of city life: urban nature is essential infrastructure. Life in lockdown reminded us that urban parks don’t just
Outreach: A Victorian logging company just won a controversial court appeal. Here’s what it means for forest wildlife
Brendan Wintle, The University of Melbourne; Laura Schuijers, The University of Melbourne, and Sarah Bekessy, RMIT University Australia’s forest-dwelling wildlife is in greater peril after
Nils Versemann/Shutterstock Thami Croeser, RMIT University As Australia re-opens, the bars, cafes and restaurants that give life to our streets face a tough ask: stay
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.
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