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Victoria Marles

CEO, Trust for Nature, Victoria

Victoria joined Trust for Nature as CEO in 2009, recognising the value of the organisation’s work in protecting the state of Victoria’s vulnerable biodiversity. Victoria brings extensive legal and management expertise to Trust for Nature, being a solicitor by training, with her previous roles including the inaugural Legal Services Commissioner and ten years with the Communications Law Centre. Victoria is currently Chair of the Abbotsford Convent Foundation and a board member of the Consumer Action Law Centre. In her spare time, Victoria is a keen bike rider, cycling trails through the city and the bush. She also has a continuing passion for the arts, having graduated in drama at the Victorian College of the Arts.

Day 1 - Session 2- Future Solutions For Private Land Conservation | Day 2 - 6B - Policy and the Law - Chair

The role of networks nationally and internationally

Introduction and scene setting | Policy and the law: hindrance and help… – Session 6B

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Session 6B - Policy And The Law: Hinderance And Help
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Q&A | Session 6B

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Private land conservation networks | Session 2

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Conservation on privately owned land is increasing in many countries around the world.  There are organisations and individuals actively managing and/or permanently protecting privately owned land in nearly 100 countries. There is also an expanding range of approaches and tools for undertaking this work. Responding to these developments and changes, has been the establishment and […]

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