In our member spotlight this week is SCBO board member Danielle Shanahan. SCBO: How did you first hear about the Society for Conservation Biology? Danielle: I was lucky enough to get to the ICCB in Beijing in 2009 as a PhD student. It was clear right from the start just how important the SCB was … Continue reading Member Spotlight: Danielle Shanahan
SCBO are pleased to announce the call for our annual student awards. The closing date for nominations for all awards is May 1st. As usual, we have two student awards up for grabs – one for the best Oceania student presentation at ICCB 2017, and one for the best student publication in a peer-reviewed journal. Prizes include free registration … Continue reading 2017 Student awards
We invite you to submit nominations for the next Board of Directors (BOD) elections for the Society for Conservation Biology Oceania Section. We have 2 members at large positions that will be opening. Successful candidates will serve 3 year terms. If you know of someone who would be a good candidate for one of these positions (self-nominations are welcome) please submit a nomination form by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org before 28th April 2017.
What should development in Northern Australia look like? The new 'food bowl'? Turning the rivers inland? There are grand dreams about developing the 'north'. But what is the real untapped potential of Northern Australia? Earlier this year, at the Society for Conservation Biology Oceania Congress we hosted an expert panel to discuss these issues. The event was … Continue reading Big Ideas: What should development in Northern Australia look like?