Planning for biodiversity at the urban-rural fringe – Reimagining the suburb

We invite you to click-on the image and enjoy A/Prof Sarah Bekessy’s plenary talk ‘Planning for biodiversity at the urban-rural fringe – Reimagining the suburb’ giving at the 6th Biodiversity across the borders conference – Biodiversity in rural landscapes (Ballarat 2015).

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  1. This is such an important idea / tool. It is very exciting to see a way forward through all the bad news about endangered ecosystems and species. Thank you!

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