Preserving Biodiversity and Combating Climate Change, is a compelling case study detailing Bush Heritage Australia’s approach to address the critical challenges of biodiversity loss and climate change in Australia’s Southwest. Delve into their innovative large-scale solutions, strategically reserving land to create interconnected habitat corridors. Discover the success of projects like Monjebup North Eco Restoration and the Michael Tichbon Field Station, where off-grid sustainability meets conservation research. Follow their journey to reconnect fragmented bushland, revitalise cleared land, and contribute to a more sustainable and resilient future.

Read the case study here (PDF).