Thinking like a Human

on 26 Aug 2013 

Some mornings a browse through interesting suggestions from colleagues on the train means I end up at interesting places (on the way to the more prosaic actual destination – Flinders St).

Ian Lunt always has interesting posts on his ecology research blog and does a LinkedIn feed with extra thoughts – I don't always make time to investigate but this morning jumped to Joern Fischers excellent rumination on changing values in conservation and ended up at Bill Adam's Tigers or transition post.

Have a read and see if you agree with Bill that "Conservation is not sustaining a biodiverse world, but negotiating for bubbles of diversity amidst profound transformation.  It is better than nothing, but not by any means enough."

How do you feel Bush Heritage could react to this analysis?

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