Join Professor Sarah Bekessy for a discussion about the need to protect life on land (United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 15) with a specific focus on Australian landscapes, habitats, and indicator species.
Sarah is a conservation scientist with a background in conservation biology and experience in social sciences, planning, and design. Her research interests focus on the intersection between science, policy, and the design of environmental management.
Sarah is a member of the Bush Heritage board, RMIT’s School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, and is an ARC (Australian Research Council) Future Fellow. She’s an Urban Scholar with the United Nations Global Compact – Cities Programme and a member of the reference group for Victoria’s Biodiversity Strategy.