Conservation

Communications Adviser - Australian Conservation Foundation

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

• Are you passionate about inspiring Australians to create a more sustainable future?
• Are you an exceptional communicator with demonstrated success in delivering media and public relations strategies?
• Do you thrive on collaboration and innovation to influence change?

The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) is seeking a skilled communications professional with strong experience working with the media. You will have a flair for developing effective and creative public communication strategies that excel in a competitive environment. Your ability to access a range of media channels to influence people to take action will be integral to this role.

Location: This temporary position is based in ACF’s Melbourne office in the award-winning 60L Green Building.
Salary: Level 5.
Applications close: Monday 10 October, 2011.
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Travel-Tetepare

The last wild island

Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Ancient jungles host rare animals, headhunting remnants and grassroots conservation programs on tropical Tetepare Island, a true lost world of the South Pacific.

Can you make a better ad than this?

Monday, 29 August 2011

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has launched a new short film competition - Life. Nature. You. Make the Connection - encouraging budding and established filmmakers to create a short film that shows the connection between people and nature.

Ocean-acidification

Instant Expert: Ocean acidification

Monday, 22 August 2011

A wave of devastation for marine life.

Save the Kimberly - enjoy John Butler & Mama Kin

Thursday, 11 August 2011

John Butler and Mama Kin on the Hudson River, singing 'Losing You' and revelling in a twilight New York moment. Download the studio version on iTunes to help raise funds to Save The Kimberly.

How do you relocate a tiger?

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Putri, a 7-year-old Sumatran Tiger, receives veterinarian care before her safe relocation to a new habitat where she can thrive and be part of the continued regeneration of the species. This check-up is required by the Government of Indonesia to ensure the tiger's health prior to relocation.

Behavioural Biologist - Taronga Zoo

Tuesday, 12 July 2011

As Taronga Zoo’s Behavioural Biologist, you will manage the daily operation of the Behavioural Studies Unit including keeper requests; site wide enrichment programs; volunteer training, needs and responsibilities; as well as undertake project based research.

Reporting to the Manager, Research and Conservation, this key role will be responsible for designing and implementing a comprehensive enrichment program and a targeted behavioural research program that helps us better understand and conserve wildlife. You will need to be a creative and innovative thinker who works well in a team and has a passion for animal welfare and conservation.

Location: Taronga Zoo, Mosman, Sydney, NSW.
Salary: Clerk grade 6.
Applications close: 5pm Monday 18 July, 2011.
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Daniela Mates

An African dream

Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Giving up her career and moving to Africa to become a field guide was an undeniably life-changing decision for 31 year-old Daniela, who one day hopes to catch illegal wildlife poachers.

Get informed about gas mining with Costa Georgiadis

Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Costa Georgiadis travelled to Tara in Central Queensland to discover how devastating so called 'green' coal seam gas mining can be on the natural environment.

Oura Oura

Bob Brown gifts his property

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Senator Bob Brown, Australian Greens Leader and Bush Heritage Australia founder, gives his iconic Tasmanian property to conservation.

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