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New publication highlighting our work on Fiji


The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Fiji launched their new publication at the Conference of the Convention on Biological Diversity in Nagoya, Japan with strong contributions and acknowledgements of our work in Fiji.

Principles and Practices of Ecosystem –Based Management: A Guide for Conservation Practitioners in the Tropical Western Pacific” as it is called, has significant contributions and references to the work of Wetlands International Oceania – Fiji’s own Aaron Jenkins. 

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