17 Jun Workshop “Why language matters in conservation and what you can do” on YouTube
The workshop Tatsuya organised for the AERLive with the Applied Ecology Resources is now available on YouTube.
Why language matters in conservation and what you can do
Language barriers in science – difficulties faced when conducting and communicating science in situations involving multiple languages – have attracted little attention in conservation. However, increasingly, it has become apparent that overcoming language barriers is key to understanding the biodiversity crisis and successfully delivering conservation outcomes. In this workshop, Dr Tatsuya Amano (University of Queensland) discusses why it is important to address language barriers in conservation and how we can start tackling this issue today.