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News February 27, 2023

Event: Putting a value on nature: Environmental costs and policy

Thursday 23rd March 2023 5.30pm-7.00pm (Australian Western Standard Time) – In person and live streamed event Level 3, Eastern Terrace, WA Museum Boola Bardip, Perth Cultural Centre, Perth Jointly hosted by The Western Australian Biodiversity Science Institute and the UWA Public Policy Institute Register here View and download the event flyer below. Panellists: Michelle Andrews…

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Media December 15, 2022

Addressing end user biodiversity knowledge priorities for the next decade

Over the course of 2022, WABSI consulted with more than 50 organisations to identify their emerging biodiversity issues over the next decade. The findings revealed large, complex problems that require long term investment and a commitment from everyone around the table – government, regulators, industry, community and scientists.Emerging themes were captured in a report, published…

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Watch 2022 WABSI webinars on-demand

The WABSI Big Issues in Biodiversity Science Webinars continued in 2022, featuring international experts across a range of topics. They engaged participants from all over the globe, providing opportunities for learning and inspiration to help address Western Australia’s most complex biodiversity science issues. If you missed any of the sessions, you can watch our webinars…

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year – Office closed 23 Dec 2022 – 08 Jan 2023

Please note our office will be closed with effect from 23rd December 2022 and reopen on Monday 9th January 2023. A very Merry Christmas from the WABSI team. We wish you a safe and happy New Year and look forward to working with you in 2023.

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News October 21, 2022

Webinar: Guiding indicators for co-producing knowledge through enduring partnerships

WATCH ON-DEMAND: Click here to watch the webinar recording

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News October 20, 2022

New report reveals emerging priorities for the next decade

Download the report – Biodiversity Knowledge Priorities: Emerging themes from stakeholder consultation View the launch video by Hon. Roger Cook, Minister for Science Hon. Roger Cook, Minister for Science today launched a new report by The Western Australian Biodiversity Science Institute (WABSI) Biodiversity Knowledge Priorities, which identifies the top priorities for biodiversity science knowledge that…

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