The Conservation Science Lab attends the 2019 International Congress for Conservation Biology

Conservation Science

In July, the Conservation Science lab travelled to Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia, to attend the 2019 International Congress for Conservation
Biology (ICCB).

As one of the largest international conferences in conservation science, ICCB is attended by scientists from all over the world, and we did our best to make the most of this opportunity to learn from our peers, communicate our research, and even have a little fun!  Our activities fit under the two research themes: the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems, and Biodiversity Indicators. 

IUCN Red List of Ecosystems Steering Committee
L – R: Emily Nicholson (Deakin), David Keith (UNSW), Radhika Murti (IUCN and Director of the IUCN Global Ecosystem Management Programme), Marco Valderrabano (IUCN), Elisa Cavoto (IUCN), Angela Andrade (Conservation International and Chair of the IUCN Commission on Ecosystem Management) and Irene Zagar (Provita, Venezuela)

We kicked off the conference early with pre-conference meetings and workshops. Emily was part…

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