Conservation corridor

A wildlife corridor that spans 2,800 km along eastern Australia was the subject of a new film premiered at the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Barcelona last month. David Sheppard, Head of IUCN's Programme on Protected Areas, tells Wild Talk what this means for Australia's plants and animals, which will now be able to move into new habitats as the climate changes.

The Great Blue Mountains Area in Australia Photo: IUCN Jim Thorsell
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