The Kikori Project: Science underpinning community-led conservation and environmental education in the Kikori Delta, PNG

Date & time

16 May 2013


 Lisa Schwanz


Dr Arthur Georges, Professor in Applied Ecology, University of Canberra
Thursday 16 May 1pm
Gould Seminar Room, (Rm 235) Gould Building (Bldg. 116), Linnaeus Way, ANU

Times are changing in the Kikori. Human populations are increasing, people have moved their settlements closer to the river, modern technologies are changing hunting practices, and new found wealth from industry are changing the impact on local resources. Arthur and his team are bringing science to the table to assist the Kikori community to better formulate and meet its goals for sustainability of an imporant food resource and flagship species, the pignosed turtle, Carettochelys nsculpta.

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