Alex Kusmanoff

Alex is a PhD candidate with a background in law and environmental science, and has previously worked in various policy roles for the Commonwealth and Victorian Governments.

Alex has recently begun a PhD funded through the Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions.

Alex’s research will be centred around making better use of social information in informing conservation decisions with the aim of achieving better biodiversity conservation outcomes.

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Ask not what nature can do for you

In our recent paper, we ponder whether the increasingly prevalent trend for framing nature in terms of ecosystem services is actually helping to build public engagement in conservation.

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August 2018 edition of The Urban Observer out now

With Australia’s population reaching 25 million this month, the liveability of our cities has become critically important for our national prosperity and sustainability.

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Getting smarter about city lights is good for us and nature too

A network of street lighting links these “islands of illumination”. The effects of this can, in some large cities, result in “sky glow” that interferes with star visibility at distances of more than 300 kilometres.

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What effect will closet Trump voters have on the US Election?

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump recently claimed “phony polling” is suppressing his vote and predicted the outcome of the US election will be “Brexit times five”.

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