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News April 6, 2023

Scaling up with SEAF: Unlocking value from shared data and analytics

Tuesday 9th May 2023 4.00pm – 5.30pm (AWST) Presentations and panel discussion, followed by refreshments and networking Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, 1 Bryce Avenue, Kensington WA (In person event) Register here Hosted by The Western Australian Biodiversity Science Institute, Western Australian Marine Science Institution and Pawsey Supercomputing Centre Special guest: Ms Hannah Mary Beazley MLA: Parliamentary Secretary to…

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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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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 May 10, 2022

WABSI webinar: Tackling nature loss risks to the global economy and reducing impacts

Online event (Completed). A recording is not available for this event. Thursday 16th June 2022 4.00pm-5.30pm (Australian Western Standard Time)

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News March 25, 2022

WABSI webinar: Renewable energy and biodiversity – The challenges and opportunities of scaling up wind and solar

Click here to watch this webinar on-demand Online event (Completed) Tuesday 3rd May 2022 4.00pm-5.30pm Australian Western Standard Time

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News August 16, 2021

WABSI webinar: The economic costs of biological invasions in the world and Australia

Click here to watch this webinar on-demand Online event (completed) Thursday 21st October 20214.00pm – 5.30pm (Australian Western Standard Time) Invasive plants in Australia are currently among the greatest threats to native biological diversity and a significant cost to agriculture. The economic impact on agriculture alone is estimated at in excess of $4 billion per…

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News April 27, 2021

WABSI webinar: Digitalisation in Environmental Assessment – International Frontrunners

Click here to watch this webinar on-demand • (Online event completed) Wednesday 18th August 2021• 4.00pm – 5.30pm (Australian Western Standard Time) Several organisations worldwide are engaged in digitalising environmental assessment. The Danish DREAMS project presents a list of international frontrunners highlighting organisations, initiatives, partners and key takeaways. It provides a great opportunity for inspiration…

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Programs April 21, 2021

WABSI webinar: Closing the knowledge gaps: Subterranean Fauna Research Program

Click here to watch this webinar on-demand Online event completed Thursday 27th May 2021, Online event3.00pm – 4.00pm (Australian Western Standard Time)Register here to obtain Zoom login details View the research update A progress update on the Subterranean Fauna Research Program Join us as we discuss research progress and the benefits to be delivered for…

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News March 30, 2021

Restoration and Rewilding: Webinar 21st Apr 2021

Click here to watch this webinar on-demand (Online event completed) Wednesday 21st April 2021, 4.00pm-5:30pm Wednesday 21st April 2021, 4.00pm-5:30pm Register here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Download the webinar flyer 20th March marked the first ever World Rewilding Day; an initiative linked to the UN…

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News February 15, 2021

Biodiversity Conference 15 to 17 September 2021 – Resilient Landscapes

Abstracts open – Visit the conference website Western Australia has eight out of Australia’s 15 declared biodiversity hotspots and one of the highest rates of new species discovery in the world. It is rich in mineral, oil and gas resources, with a significant agricultural sector and ever spreading urban sprawl. In addition, fire regimes are…

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