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ZOOQUARIA 113: Autumn 2021

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  • A meeting of minds: the EAZA Annual Conference may have moved online but still made significant progress and impact
  • Learning together: Reporting from the 2021 International Education Conservation Conference
  • Covid, carbon and conservation: The 76th WAZA Annual Conference covered a huge range of topics from pandemics to palm oil

  • Maximum impact: How our new EAZA21+ campaign will transform the battle for biodiversity
  • In the shadow of Covid-19: Why hasty legislation on wildlife trade could backfire
  • Pig deal: A new plan for our tapirs, hippos, pigs and peccaries
  • A good plan is half the work: Why planning ahead is the secret to success
  • Penguin priorities: How an RCP workshop focused on fundraising and education as the keys to conservation success
  • Viral load: Tackling the koala retrovirus
  • Setting the agenda for conservation: How EAZA played a vital part in the much postponed IUCN World Conservation Congress
  • Making a home for the hoopoe: To save the hoopoe, first restore its habitat
  • The march of the Hargila Army: How an extraordinary group of women changed the fortunes of the greater adjutant stork
  • Information for all: Why the Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research is such an invaluable resource for us all
  • Turtle solutions: A new working group hopes that cooperation and collaboration will help to save the world's turtles

 

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