Gregory Andrews, Australia’s first Threatened Species Commissioner, was appointed to bring a new national focus to conservation efforts and address the growing number of species in Australia facing extinction.
Gregory has previously managed implementation of natural resource management programs and was responsible for over $100 million of investments, including protecting the Tasmanian devil and threatened birds. He has also led negotiations with developing countries at the UN Climate Change Convention and worked on social and Indigenous policy reform.
Hear Gregory speaking about 'Protecting our threatened species: opportunities in setting hard and measurable targets for biodiversity conservation' at EIANZ's Conference this October.
You can find the full list of speakers and topics here →
Tickets are still available to the conference here →
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