SCIENCE FOR PRODUCTIVE, DIVERSE AND EQUITABLE LANDSCAPES
TANAH AIR β is a group of colleagues who work together to achieve conservation and development using Landscape/Seascape Approaches
Indonesia, an archipelago of more than 13,000 islands with the world’s richest biodiversity and rich cultural heritage. Indonesia is a rapidly developing countries and its natural resources are under pressure. Our aim is to achieve conservation but also to help improve the livelihoods of the people – particularly those living in remote forest and coastal areas.
The vast forests of the Congo Basin are still home to amazing wildlife. Development can bring improvements to the lives of the people but needs to avoid the dangers of disrupting these globally important forests. We seek to promote responsible use of forests and patterns of development that will benefit the people in a sustainable way and not endanger the iconic wildlife.
Our home in the outback – a continent with amazing landscapes and the wide open spaces that we crave. Australia is a great place to conduct research, learn and educate people from around the world in the skills and competences needed for sustainable development.