The first Australian conference on wind energy and wildlife interactions will bring together the finest expertise in Australia to promote consistencies in research, management and policy on this topical issue. Held in the idyllic settings of the Melbourne Zoo, this one day event will provide industry, scientists, NGOs and policy makers with a unique forum to promote co-operation, share learnings and develop productive working relationships for the future. This event will highlight Australian best practice in research and management and identify key knowledge gaps where further investigations are required. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to be a part of the future for management and research of wind energy and wildlife interactions. Register your interest to attend today.
Registrations for the 2012 Wind and Wildlife Conference have now closed.
Abstracts are in and the speaker selection is nearly finalised. Watch the website for the program which is due out later in August. There will be some fantastic speakers from…
Wind and Wildlife is pleased to welcome Tim Power as this year’s conference facilitator.
This years conference will be held at the Melbourne Zoo.