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The latest issue of Decision Point magazine features science on how we can accommodate biodiversity in and around our cities and suburbs. Articles include how we can grow Australian cities to minimize their biodiversity impacts, development in the urban fringe that takes biodiversity into account, the many ways nature benefits us, road crossings and their value for wildlife, and urban orb weaver spiders.
Issue #66 of the Environmental Decisions Group magazine Decision Point features articles on the science of species detection and the basics of surveys. The EDG (Environmental Decision Group) and Decision Point are all about smart science for wise decisions.
The September issue of Decision Point looks at the lot of the suburban frog and many other issues to do with urban nature. How much is an old tree in the local park worth, and what are our options for restoration of urban landscapes? And, on the topic of restoration, do they provide biodiversity offsets or is this a deal with the Devil?
The Environmental Decisions Group (EDG) and Decision Point magazine are all about smart science for wise decisions – issue 61 of Decision Point magazine is now available.
The Environmental Decisions Group (EDG) and Decision Point magazine are all about smart science for wise decisions – issue 60 of Decision Point magazine is now available.
The Environmental Decisions Group (EDG) and Decision Point magazine are all about smart science for wise decisions – issues 58 and 59 of Decision Point magazine are now available.
What happens when you consider multiple threats on our declining biodiversity together? New research is suggesting the devil is in the synergy. Biodiversity is being crucified by habitat loss and there are dire predictions of the impacts from climate change. But what is the result when you look at climate change and habitat loss together? Find out in the March issue of Decision Point where you’ll find an excellent range of stories.
In Decision Point issue 56, Environmental Decisions Group (EDG) scientists examine the evidence on what saved houses in the 2009 Black Saturday fires in Victoria. Does prescribed burning save homes and lives? And should this be a general prescription for how we manage landscapes? In issue 56 you’ll find the following stories:
Decision Point is a downloadable monthly magazine from the Centre of Excellence Environmental Decisions (CEED). The November issue contains a timely story on good decision making under climate change. It’s one of the first studies of its kind that undertakes ecological optimisation of investments in managing plant communities that are expected to be lost under climate change. There are also articles on sufficiency (as opposed to efficiency), using INFFER to make better decisions, conservation theory, and publishing persistence.
Decision Point is the downloadable monthly magazine of the Environmental Decisions Group (EDG). It presents news and views on environmental decision making, biodiversity, conservation planning and monitoring. In the current (October 2011) issue of Decision Point you’ll find the following stories:
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