Director, Great Eastern Ranges Initiative
Gary Howling is a Director of the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative (GER), and ecologist working in the field of connectivity conservation and Australasian migration ecology. He has worked as part of the team establishing and implementing the GER since early 2008. As a member of the newly formed board overseeing the GER, Gary continues to be involved in providing regional and program-wide partnerships with specialist scientific conservation advice to guide connectivity conservation efforts. His role also involves communicating the importance of collaboration across and between stakeholders and landscapes, and putting this into practice through his links with other initiatives such as Gondwana Link and the FAUNA Research Alliance.
Connectivity Conservation - Sustaining Natural Capital at a Continental Scale
The Great Eastern Ranges Initiative (GER) was established in 2007 as a bold response to the growing impacts of loss of nature and native species across eastern Australia. Spanning 3,600 kilometres from Cape York and the wet tropics, to the Grampians in western Victoria, the Ranges comprise a network of interconnected natural habitats. They support […]