On behalf of the ESA I wanted to write and let you know we are thinking of the people and communities affected by the fires, as well as the vast numbers of Australian ecosystems and species that will have been impacted by these fires, and will continue to experience after-effects for some time.
Support long-term ecosystem recovery by donating money, scientific equipment, your time as a volunteer, expertise, or valuable scientific data to the ESA’s Ecosystem Recovery Fund. Or let us know how we can help you establish a bushfire recovery project.
From citizen science to conservation psychology - meet the winners of the 2019 ESA/NSW Environment, Energy & Science (DPIE) Award for Outstanding Outreach.
Inspired by the many wonderful images submitted through the ESA Ecology in Action Photo Competition, the stunning calendar includes information on ecology, important ESA dates and deadlines, public holidays, and a celebration of 60 years of the Ecological Society of Australia.