Student Travel Grants
The ESA is helping student members get to ESAus19 in Launceston this November by providing student travel grants.
Nominations close 31 August for the ESA Gold Medal, awarded to an ESA member who has made a substantial contribution to the study of ecology in Australia over the course of their career.
Last chance to join - closing 31 July.
The ESA has established a Community Fund to give you the chance to determine what projects and initiatives you'd like us to support.
The National Environmental Science Program (NESP) is scheduled for completion in 2021… so what will replace it? Now is the chance to have your say.
Congratulations to Dr Tein McDonald, ESA Member and Editor of Ecological Management and Restoration on her appointment to the Order of Australia on the 10th June 2019.
The Ecological Society of Australia is seeking applications for a newly created position on our Board.
The ESA is saddened to hear of the passing of Peter Hitchcock. Peter was one of Australia’s most remarkable environmentalists, with national and global contributions to forest conservation, rainforest protection, World Heritage, and national parks.
Working out which plants are highly flammable, and which aren’t, is crucial to managing Australia’s increasing threat from bushfire.
This year, when you renew your membership (or join the ESA) tell us a bit more about yourself and you could win an extra year of ESA Membership.
One million plant and animal species are threatened with extinction, and the current laws and policies in place are not enough to conserve the natural world and the ecosystem services it provides.
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