Author: Billy Geary (Billy Geary)

Refuge: Tim Flannery on past and place in nature conservation
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Refuge: Tim Flannery on past and place in nature conservation

Home. Often our first source of connection with something other than people, it’s something many of us across the world have in common. Whether it’s connection to a specific place or a feeling of home, it runs deep within us as we carry it through life. Importantly, it can also make or break our affinity...

It’s time to bring positivity back to conservation
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It’s time to bring positivity back to conservation

Well before I was born, a number of movements sparked worldwide activism and created tangible change. Most were peaceful, some were more direct and some, but not all, achieved their goal. There have been amazing examples of conservation successes across the world, including the campaign against damming the Franklin River in Tasmania and the banning...

Grit and passion: the story of Bush Heritage Australia
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Grit and passion: the story of Bush Heritage Australia

The story of Bush Heritage Australia is quite incredible. From humble beginnings in what was essentially a Hobart broom cupboard in 1985 to one of Australia’s largest conservation organisations in 2017, it’s a story of grit, passion and lots of hard work. Author Sarah Martin documents the development of Bush Heritage into the behemoth it...