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Evidence ignored – or wilfully dismissed – in environmental policy decisions

800 scientists have endorsed a statement by the Ecological Society of Australia (ESA) calling for more consideration of scientific knowledge in policy, legislation, and environmental decisions to prevent further declines in Australian species.

Which species will inherit the Earth?

Life is likely to continue on Earth after humans have gone, with invasive species such as feral cats and cane toads set to have the upper hand.

Equity & diversity survey - we want to hear from you

The ESA is committed to providing a safe and equitable place for all of our members. We are conducting a survey so that we can better identify the issues our members are facing both in the Society and in the workplace so that we can best target our equity and diversity actions and policies

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Academic Freedom in Ecology Survey

On behalf of the Ecological Society of Australia, researchers from RMIT are seeking volunteers to participate in a survey that asks questions about the academic freedom of ecologists and conservation scientists working within different organisations.

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