The Threatened Species Recovery Hub—the road so far

Date: 02, Oct, 2019
Author(s):   Dielenberg, J.
Publisher: Ecological Society of Australia

The Threatened Species Recovery Hub of the Australian Government’s National Environmental Science Program is a $60 million investment in science to support the recovery of Australia’s threatened species and ecological communities. A key focus has been strong collaborations with on-ground partners to ensure research is practical, addresses current needs and will be applied. Nationally, the Hub has over 100 projects and 200 project partners. Now that we are four years into the six year program we take a look at some of the Hub’s achievements to date.

The Threatened Species Recovery Hub—the road so far