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Newsletter #4

In this newsletter, we take a closer look at:

  • Special issue: Future Seas 2030: pathways to sustainability
  • Antarctic representation in print media during the emergence of Covid-19
  • The benefits of Q + PPGIS for coupled human-natural systems research: a systematic review
  • Conceptualisation of multiple impacts interacting in the marine environment using marine infrastructure as an example
  • Environmental context and socio-economic status drive plastic pollution in Australian cities
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Newsletter #3

In our third newsletter we take a closer look at:

  • Increasing polarisation in attitudes to aquaculture: evidence from sequential government inquiries
  • Rethinking the role of law in adapting to climate change
  • Empowering her guardians to nurture our ocean's future
  • Assessing changes to ecosystem service values at large geographic scale: a case study for Australia's Great Barrier Reef
  • Warming world, changing ocean: mitigation and adaptation to support resilient marine systems
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Newsletter #2

Welcome to the second edition of our newsletter. In this series we take a closer look at:

  • Stakeholder engagement in decision-making and pathways of influence for Southern Ocean ecosystem services
  • Stakeholder influence and relationships inform engagement strategies in marine conservation
  • Equity of our future oceans: Practices and outcomes in marine science research
  • Ten considerations for research funders seeking to enhance knowledge exchange and the impact of marine science on policy and practice
  • Food for all: designing sustainable and secure future seafood systems
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Newsletter #1

Welcome to this inaugural CMS Newsletter, to show you at a glance what the Centre has been up to.

In this series, we take a closer look at the following publications:

  • The quilt of sustainable ocean governance: patters for practitioners
  • Challenges and misperceptions around global fishing gear loss estimates
  • Connecting to the oceans: supporting ocean literacy and public engagement
  • Climate change in the Southern Ocean: is the commission for the convention for the conservation of antarctic marine living resources doing enough?
  • State and local pressures drive plastic pollution compliance strategies
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