Priority setting in saving plants | Pacific Beat

Priority setting in saving plants

Priority setting in saving plants

Updated 26 April 2012, 9:58 AEST

The unique variety of plants found in Pacific Islands are under threat, but governments often lack the financial and human capcity for conservation efforts to be effective.

So which species should be saved first?

Presenter:Geraldine Coutts

Speaker:Dr Jean-Yves Meyer, research scientist, French Polynesian government

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Geraldine Coutts

Geraldine Coutts

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Geraldine is a respected voice on issues in the Pacific and is the presenter of our morning Pacific Beat  program.

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