Wildlife tourism and Conservation in Parks Workshop - 11 November 2014, Sydney

Posted by on 15 October 2014 | Comments

Tags: , , , , , ,

Wildlife Tourism Australia Inc. and the Office of Environment and Heritage will be hosting a workshop on Wildlife Tourism and Conservation of Biodiversity in Parks, as a parallel event to the World Parks Congress.

WHEN? 2.00-5.00pm, Tuesday 11th November 2014 (optional networking dinner at own expense – details TBA on WTA website)
WHERE? Office of Environment and Heritage at 59 Goulburn Street (a short walk from Central Station, Sydney)

Delegates will discuss the following in round-table discussion groups and then join in a final plenary discussion:

• How can we ensure the conservation of biodiversity with increase in visitation?
• How can we best use both old and new technologies for low-impact wildlife viewing?
• Under what circumstances should interaction with wildlife be allowed?
• What research is most urgently needed?

Major ideas, information and further queries arising from this will be posted on the WTA website.

ENTRY IS FREE, but please RSVP to by 30th October.


comments powered by Disqus