Never a dull moment

It’s been a very busy few months for Natural Decisions … so much so that our blog has been somewhat neglected!

We are currently working on a diverse range of projects – all with a common thread … improving environmental decision making through structured and quantitative approaches. Here is a sample of current or recently completed work:

  • INFFER analysis for feral cat eradication on French Island (Victoria) – for the Port Phillip and Westernport CMA
  • Development and trialling of a Benefit: Cost analysis tool for bushfire management decision making – for the Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC)
  • Project prioritisation using INFFER for the Waikato and Waipa River Restoration Strategy (NZ) – for the Waikato River Authority
  • Perry River Integrated Catchment Management Plan (in partnership with Blue Sense Consulting) – for the West Gippsland CMA
  • Development of a land prioritisation framework – for Melbourne Water
  • Developing options for resourcing the ongoing management of fenced riparian land – for the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (Victoria)
  • Water Source Catchments Protection using INFFER  and the Catchment Management Investment Standard (CMIS) – for Melbourne Water
  • Utilising INFFER as a Decision Support Tool for Agri-Environmental Programming in Brazeau County Alberta CA – with the Land Stewardship Centre of Canada
  • INFFER analysis for woodland bird conservation in Mount Alexander Shire – for Connecting Country Inc.

Feel free to get in touch if you’d like to learn more about any of these projects.

Crested Shrike-tit (female) … one of the characteristic woodland birds of central Victoria.


Posted 1 June 2017 in News