As one of the world's most vulnerable developed countries to the effects of climate change, Australia's shifting weather patterns are having a growing impact on established flowering times, breeding cycles, migration movements and other phenological changes. Bushfires, harsh drought and extreme heat are causing devastation to natural food sources and habitats for Australia’s treasured species.
At Bush Heritage we continue to drive our own concept of change. In the face of climate change, we choose climate resilience.
We’re driving the change from fragmented to connected landscapes.
We’re driving the change from threatened to healthy native species populations.
We’re driving the change from old systems of land management to collective, innovative, right-way science.
Join Bush Heritage Australia's Rebecca Spindler and Vikki Parsley as they discuss blending multiple knowledge systems to provide the evidence base for progressive, future focused conservation management that addresses climate change on our resilient landscapes.
Dr Rebecca Spindler
Executive Manager, Science & Conservation
Aboriginal Partnerships Officer, SE Region
Date: Wednesaday 22 June, 2022
Time: 12pm – 1pm
Where: Online via Zoom