Protected areas and the future of wildlife conservation: threats and opportunitiesProtected areas are the cornerstone of efforts to safeguard biodiversity; they are the best available means to ensure the recovery and survival of our threatened native animals and plants.
Protected areas include national parks, nature reserves, marine parks and reserves.
This special one-day symposium brings together some of Australias top wildlife and conservation experts to explore and discuss the importance of protected areas for wildlife conservation.
- The role of the current Protected Area Estate and its effectiveness in protecting plants and animals
- Marine park conservation
- Climate change and protected areas
- Private land conservation initiatives to save Australia’s threatened wildlife
- Martin Taylor, World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
- Katie Walters, Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS)
- Shauna Chadlowe, Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC)
Date and time:Saturday, 14 March 2020 from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
Venue:Mt Coot-tha Botanical Gardens Auditorium, 152 Mount Coot-tha Road, Mount Coot-tha, QLD 4066
Ticket bookings & payment options:
- Members (WPSQ Member): $35.00
- General Admission (Non-member): $45.00
- Online at: https://www.trybooking.com/BHTOM
- Over the phone: Phone WPSQ on 07 3844 0129 and pay by credit card over the phone
- By mail:
- Download and complete/return the Booking Form and include a cheque/money order payable to Wildlife Queensland or complete your credit card details on the form.
- Return completed booking/payment form to: Wildlife Queensland, Level 1, 30 Gladstone Road, Highgate Hill, QLD 4101