Issue 269 – August
This edition of ECOS celebrates Australia’s first guidelines on how to best strengthen and share Indigenous knowledge in land and sea management. Plus, we investigate capacity building tools for communities to adapt to sea level rise, how artificial and human intelligence could tackle illegal fishing, and dive into the lifespan of turtles and discoveries at Ningaloo Reef.
Artificial and human intelligence used to tackle illegal fishing
CSIRO is working with Microsoft and fisheries experts to harness robot and human-derived intelligence in the fight against illegal fishing.
Discovering the lifespans of marine turtles
A new study using ground breaking science for environmental management has revealed the lifespans of five species of marine turtles.
Take a deep dive into our discoveries at Ningaloo Reef
Turtle nail clippings, diving whale sharks and 12 million mushroom corals are key research discoveries from Ningaloo Reef.
Helping communities weather the winds of change
COVID-19 has highlighted the need for communities globally to prepare for, and adapt to, natural shocks, including climate change.
First Indigenous-led guidelines on knowledge sharing welcomed
More than 100 Indigenous contributors have created Australia’s first guidelines on how to best strengthen and share Indigenous knowledge in land and sea management.