Could this be you? DCCEEW Biodiversity Assessment Expert Reference Group

Posted by AaronClausen

 1 Feb 2024

DCCEEW are beginning to ramp up work on the nature repair market and are seeking experts to apply for the Biodiversity Assessment Expert Reference Group.

More info here.

The opportunity states:

We are seeking applicants with extensive experience, knowledge and standing in at least one of the following fields:

  • First Nations management of Country
  • terrestrial, freshwater and/or marine ecology and biology
  • terrestrial, freshwater and/or marine ecological communities/ecosystems
  • invasive pathogens, flora and/or fauna
  • fire ecology and disturbance
  • ecological modelling
  • landscape ecology
  • biodiversity monitoring
  • conservation, restoration and management
  • on-ground restoration and management
  • environmental standards and reporting
  • environmental economics and finance

7 comments

AstridaU wrote:
   3 Feb 2024
Who is DCCEEW?
julielindner wrote:
   4 Feb 2024
Don't employ anyone from the Directorate of Environment and Planning they have no competence when it comes to managing looking after our local flora and Fauna!
AaronClausen wrote:
   5 Feb 2024
Hi @AstridaU - Sorry I should have called that out - it's Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW).

Hi @julielindner - I'm not sure what you've experienced sorry. ACT EPD are the largest and most proactive supporter of NatureMapr. Not only financially, but also in terms of embracing and promoting use of the platform and the surrounding community.

Without them, we wouldn't be writing this comment and there wouldn't be a NatureMapr.

We have many ACT EPD officers identified with the blue "verified government officer" tick who are participating and interacting with the NatureMapr community. They are putting themselves out there and being transparent. If you know of any particular neglected areas or incursions, definitely report a sighting and even tag @ACTBioSecurity - the guys will be alerted and will be able to triage whether or not they can allocate resources to the site(s).
AstridaU wrote:
   5 Feb 2024
Thanks Aaron
julielindner wrote:
   5 Feb 2024
Hi Aaron

If you send me your email address, I will provide you with what I am so upset about. I have written to every Environment Minister since 2003 and nothing has been done to stop the tragic loss of biodiversity in my surrounding nature reserves. It just gets worse every year.
julielindner wrote:
   7 Feb 2024
I was advised by the Conservator of Flora and Fauna to contact biosecurity about weeds that should be controlled under legislation which I did but got no reply!
AaronClausen wrote:
   8 Feb 2024
Hi @julielindner - I'll send you a private message.

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