‘Innovation for 21st Century Conservation’ features Gondwana Link

Gondwana Link has contributed a chapter to ‘Innovation for 21st Century Conservation’, published by the Australian Committee for IUCN Inc. Keith Bradby’s chapter, entitled ‘Gondwana Link: process or plan, movement or organisation?’, includes the statement “We are not seeking to have control over other organisations, nor sit at the top of a hierarchy or pyramid-shaped power structure, nor claim to be a representative ‘umbrella’ organisation. We are focusing on a number of core collective functions, all of which sit under the broad heading of ‘enabling and guiding’ rather than ‘directing’.” Rob Lesslie from ABARE contributed a chapter on the early use of MCAS-S to spatially prioritise work in the Fitz-Stirling section of the Link, and there are chapters from colleague organisations around Australia. The book can be downloaded free from here.


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