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The purpose of the workshop was to map a path towards a regional action plan to secure hawksbill turtle populations shared across the Australasian and Melanesia region by 2021.
26 Aug 2016
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In June 2014, the ICED programme, the British Antarctic Survey and WWF co-hosted a two day workshop entitled “Understanding the objectives for krill fishing and conservation in the Scotia Sea and Antarctic Peninsula region” which involved participants from the science, conservation, and fishing industry sectors.
10 Jun 2014
There are four species of quoll found in Australia; all quoll species are listed on the IUCN Red List. The aim of the quoll workshop was to initiate steps towards achieving coordinated implementation of quoll conservation.
16 Apr 2008
The National Malleefowl Forum 2007 was the second national forum, and reviewed the progress of Malleefowl conservation across Australia.
11 Sep 2007
This conference was convened for the purpose of bringing together interest groups, the community and individuals to share information and stimulate increased interest in the Ningaloo Community Turtle Monitoring Program.
13 Sep 2003
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Koala numbers are plummeting due to weakened tree-clearing laws in Queensland.
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