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Pepe Clarke

Deputy Director, Outback to Oceans Program, Pew Charitable Trusts

Raised in Central Queensland, Pepe Clarke has a background in environmental law, policy and public advocacy. He leads the Pew Charitable Trusts’ terrestrial conservation work in Australia, and has seventeen years experience working at the state, national and international level. He has previously worked for a number of conservation organisations, including the Environmental Defender’s Office, Nature Conservation Council and International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Most recently, he worked as Global Head of Policy for BirdLife International.

Day 2 - 6B - Policy and the Law

Conservation on leasehold land and law in the Australian Outback

Conservation on leasehold land and law in the Australian Outback | Session 6B

Room 2

The Pew Charitable Trusts is an international non-profit research and public policy organisation that works with landholders, traditional owners, scientists, conservation organisations and policy makers in Australia to promote conservation and sustainable management of Outback landscapes. Pastoral leasehold land covers about 40 per cent of the Outback, including areas of significant conservation value. Purchase and […]

Session 6B - Policy And The Law: Hinderance And Help
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