Urban jungle: saving city wildlife with trees, green roofs and pools

The federal government recently released the Threatened Species Prospectus, showcasing the numerous opportunities for businesses to be involved in conservation. This is great for the bush, but what about the wildlife that calls the city home? With more than 80 percent of Australia’s population living in cities, it might not feel like there’s much room for nature. Yet scientists in the field of urban ecology and conservation, such as myself, aim to shine a light on our

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Urban jungle: saving city wildlife with trees, green roofs and pools

The federal government recently released the Threatened Species Prospectus, showcasing the numerous opportunities for businesses to be involved in conservation. This is great for the bush, but what about the wildlife that calls the city home? With more than 80 percent of Australia’s population living in cities, it might not feel like there’s much room for nature. Yet scientists in the field of urban ecology and conservation, such as myself, aim to shine a light on our

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