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Presentation at Ecological Society of Australia Conference

Presentation at Ecological Society of Australia Conference

In November 2011, Michelle presented ‘Kakadu: Climate Change and the World’s Oldest Living Culture’ at the Ecological Society of Australia conference. The presentation summarised the findings of the climate change study of Kakadu that Melaleuca Enterprises and BMT WBM Pty Ltd co-wrote. View the presentation here. A field visit to Panatana in northern Tasmania followed the conference, with delegates meeting… Read more →

Kangawalla Conservation Agreement signed by Minister and Landholders

Kangawalla Conservation Agreement signed by Minister and Landholders

A spectacular property with rich environmental values, near Glen Innes NSW, will be protected under a conservation agreement between the landholders and NSW Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water. Kangawalla is home to the threatened spotted tailed quoll, glossy black cockatoo and endangered ecological communities. Wildlife such as the superb lyrebird and platypus are found in the forests and… Read more →

Successful trip to Cobourg Peninsula, Northern Territory

Successful trip to Cobourg Peninsula, Northern Territory

Michelle recently undertook field work in the Cobourg Peninsula, the most northerly point of the Northern Territory. The trip involved consulting the Traditional Aboriginal Owners of the Garig Gunak Barlu National Park about the natural and cultural values of the park. Garig Gunak Barlu National Park is an area of remote wilderness surrounded by beautiful coastline and beaches. Rare and… Read more →