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ABC Webinar: Can documentaries help save the planet?

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In support of the ABC's upcoming slate of incredible natural history documentaries, please join us online for a conversation hosted by Dr Ann Jones with Hannah Tait, Prof. Sarah Bekessy, Prof. Richard Fuller and Paul Gamblin to discuss some of the urgent conservation solutions needed to address the biodiversity crisis. 

Stephen Oliver, Manager of Documentaries (ABC) and Teri Calder, Exec Producer of Impact and Partnerships (ABC), will also provide a briefing about the upcoming documentaries including 3-part series Ningaloo Nyinggulu featuring Tim Winton and one-off documentaries Dolphins: Is Our Love Too Deep?, The Platypus GuardianFlyways and the Your Planet Short Docs.

The documentaries highlight the importance of protecting ecosystems, ocean and waterway conservation, the plight of migratory shore birds, platypus conservation, climate change, habitat loss and the biodiversity crisis.

The briefing will outline how we can ignite a broader conversation as the documentaries go to air.

You are welcome to extend this invitation to your network. 
We look forward to seeing you online!

A recording of the session will be made available to those who register. 

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