Biodiversity Brief newsletter – first issue

Fireworks at the Adelaide Skyshow 2010. Image by Anthony Cramp, first posted on flickr, licensed under Creative Commons 2.0

Fireworks at the Adelaide Skyshow 2010. Image by Anthony Cramp, first posted on flickr, licensed under Creative Commons 2.0

The first issue of our Biodiversity Brief newsletter is out, and we’re quite proud of it. A lot of work went into it, from Andy, Stefan Caddy-Retalic, Matt Christmas, and myself, and I’d also like to give a special paean of thanks to Matt and Jordan from Ecocreative for their great design, indefatigable work, and patience above and beyond the call of duty.

You can download this first issue as a PDF file here, (Biodiversity Brief issue 01 2013) or look at the online version here – thanks are due again to Adriana and Simon from the Environment Institute for getting this up and running.

The Brief will be coming out 4 times a year: this issue is focused on climate change, how the natural world responds, and what’s being done about it. There’s a great centre spread that shows how animals and plants will either adapt, migrate, or die (and yes, as discussed in a previous post, plants can  migrate).

We’d love you to have a look and let us know what you think – as I mentioned, we’ll be producing this 4 times a year, so it would be great to be able to make each one better than the one before.

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