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Melbourne visit by Prof Thomas Elmqvist

Professor Thomas Elmqvist from the Stockholm Resilience Centre was in Melbourne during the last week of February 2014.  He was in Melbourne to promote “Urbanization, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Opportunities and Challenges”, the scientific report behind “Cities and Biodiversity Outlook – Action and Policy”. The book was officially launched in Melbourne on Wednesday, 26 February […]

International Visitor to ARCUE

HAYASHI Yoshitake, a delegate from the Bureau of Environment at Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Japan, by the invitation of Amy Hahs, recently visited ARCUE to learn more about the Centre’s research and community outreach activities.  Last year, Tokyo Metropolitan Government released their Tokyo Green Plan 2012.  This plan outlines the elements of the strategic approaches that […]

People, green space and biodiversity: insights from research in urban Australia

Amy Hahs recently had the chance to visit researchers at The University of Sheffield, England, where she co-presented an extra ecology seminar on “People, green space and biodiversity: insights from research in urban Australia” with Caragh Threlfall and Christopher Ives.  Following the presentation, we had the chance to speak with Phillip Warren and Karl Evans […]

1st Congress of the Society for Urban Ecology (SURE) – by Chris Ives and Tanja Straka

The 1st Congress of the Society for Urban Ecology took place in Berlin, Germany, from 25th-28th July 2013.  Urban ecology researchers and students from all five continents came together to share their research and ideas through presentations, symposia and valuable discussions. It was evident from the academic and professional breadth of delegates and the topics […]

Biodiversity and the City- public forum

ARCUE and the City of Melbourne hosted a Public Open Forum on “Biodiversity and the City” in early December 2012.  The forum attracted over 200 members of the general public who came to the Melbourne Town Hall to hear a number of speakers talking about a range of issues and opportunities related to this topic.  […]