DEA Webinar: Australia’s place in the global loss of biodiversity: inevitability of a degraded future for our children


Doctors for the Environment Australia would like to invite members, friends and interested parties to a webinar on  Australia’s place in the global loss of biodiversity: inevitability of a degraded future for our children 
Prof Corey Bradshaw will discuss the accelerating onslaught of human expansion and development on natural ecosystems worldwide. He will focus on the less-publicised erosion of ecosystem services that communities of species provide humanity, and how their loss is already denuding human well-being and prosperity. 

Details: 
Date: Sunday 24 May 2020 
Time: 4 - 5pm AEST 

To register your interest in attending this event, please email admin@dea.org.au. 

Once you have registered your interest, you will be sent a calendar invite with zoom login details. 


Professor Corey J. A. Bradshaw 
Matthew Flinders Fellow in Global Ecology
Global Ecology | Partuyarta Ngaluku Wardli Kuu 
College of Science and Engineering, Flinders University 

Corey Bradshaw is the Matthew Flinders Fellow in Global Ecology at Flinders University where he leads the Global Ecology Laboratory and heads the Flinders Modelling Node of the Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage. 

Corey has published over 290 peer-reviewed scientific articles, 11 book chapters and 3 books, including The Effective Scientist (Cambridge University Press) and Killing the Koala and Poisoning the Prairie (Chicago University Press).  He is highly cited, with over 21,726 citations to date, and an h-index of 74.

He is co-Head of the Ecology Section of the Faculty of 1000 and Fellow of the Royal Society of South Australia. He was awarded the 2017 Verco Medal from the Royal Society of South Australia, a 2017 Rockefeller Foundation ‘Bellagio’ Writer’s Fellowship, the 2010 Australian Ecology Research Award from the Ecological Society of Australia, the 2010 Scopus Young Researcher of the Year, the 2009 HG Andrewartha Medal, and a 2008 Young Tall Poppy Science Award. He is regularly featured in Australian and international media for his research. His blog, ConservationBytes.com, has been visited over 2.3 million times. 

Hope you can join us 

Denise 
Denise Cauchi 
Executive Director 
denise.cauchi@dea.org.au 
+61 460 781 367 
dea.org.au 



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