Read more about the article C·I·B workshop on the status of river red gum in South Africa
Participants at the workshop on the river red gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) which was held at Stellenbosch University’s Botanical Garden on 16 March 2018. Back row, right to left: Sheunesu Ruwanza (Dep. of Ecology & Resource Management, University of Venda), Michael Cheek (SANBI), Jaco Le Roux (C·I·B), Graham Harding (Invader Plant Specialist (Pty) Ltd), Mark Gush (CSIR), Hildegard Klein (ARC), Heidi Hirsch (C·I·B), Pieter Winter (SANBI), Coert Geldenhuys (Forestwood cc), Sebinasi Dzikiti (CSIR), Dave Richardson (C·I·B), Andrew Morris (ICFR), Brett Hurley (FABI, University of Pretoria), Francois Roets (Dep. of Conservation Ecology & Entomology, Stellenbosch University). Front row, right to left: Christy Momberg (C·I·B; scribe), Wayne Jones (Sappi Forests), Farai Tererai (Working for Wetlands, Dep. of Environmental Affairs), David Le Maitre (CSIR). (Photo: Suzaan Kritzinger-Klopper)

C·I·B workshop on the status of river red gum in South Africa

The Centre for Invasion Biology (C·I·B) hosted a workshop titled “Eucalyptus camaldulensis in South Africa: assessing its past, present and future” on 16 March 2018 at the Stellenbosch University’s Botanical Garden.

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Read more about the article Biodiversity declines continue globally
A conservation success. Populations of the European bison, Bison bonasus, are now increasing due to successful intensive conservation action. (Photo: Tim Blackburn)

Biodiversity declines continue globally

C·I·B core team member Prof. Melodie McGeoch and C·I·B post-doc Dr Dian Spear were co-authors of a recent report in Science that has received substantial global press coverage. The study synthesises the outcomes of global indicators of biodiversity threat to establish whether or not nations have honoured their commitment to reducing biodiversity loss.

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