Linking Australia’s Landscapes is a new book that brings together lessons from a range of connectivity conservation projects around the country, including chapters from Conservation Management Networks in Victoria, as well as perspectives from those setting policies relating to such projects and broader themed chapters around ecological, social and governance characteristics.
The book is edited by James Fitzsimons (The Nature Conservancy), Ian Pulsford (Global Learning Pty Ltd), Geoff Wescott (Deakin University)
CSIRO are the publishers and the website says that – “this book draws out lessons from a variety of established and new connectivity conservation initiatives from around Australia, and is complemented by international examples. Chapters are written by leaders in the field of establishing and operating connectivity networks, as well as key ecological and social scientists and experts in governance.
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