Theme 7.00

Synthesising and building on research for greater impact

Over the past four years, the Threatened Species Recovery Hub has built a wealth of knowledge about where and how to improve the outlook for threatened species. The projects in this theme will synthesise and build on this work, combining findings from multiple projects, themes and even hubs to increase the value and impact of this work in key areas.

Projects will provide advice and support to improve approaches nationally for:
  • measuring uptake and impacts of environmental research
  • recovery planning for woodland Threatened Ecological Communities
  • strategic assessment via cross-Hub synthesis coordination
  • managing feral cats
  • national monitoring of threatened species
  • reducing the impacts from feral and overabundant herbivores
  • knowledge synthesis for fighting extinctions
  • biodiversity offsets policy and strategic planning 

Top image: Hugh MacGregor, Arid Recovery