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17 Nov 2017

It is our pleasure to announce Dr Guy Boggs, Program Director at WABSI, as one of the Australian National Quarry Life Award judges

Dr Guy Boggs is the Program Director, Restoration and Ex-situ Conservation at the WA Biodiversity Science Institute. Guy has over 20 years’ experience in natural resource management as an academic and NRM Program Manager. Guy is currently working with the mining, agricultural and urban development sectors to enable research that will develop and facilitate the adoption of cost effective and scalable strategies for the restoration and reconstruction of W.A. ecosystems and the re-introduction of threatened plants and animals. Read more

13 Nov 2017

International Jurors announced for the Quarry Life Award 2018

For its fourth edition, the Quarry Life Award announces today seven International Jury members to assess the projects for International Awards. This jury will work simultaneously with the 21 national juries which mission is to assess the participating projects in the national competitions. Read more

10 Nov 2017

10 days until submission deadline

Time is flying! There are only 10 days left to submit your proposal to compete in the 4th edition of the Quarry Life Award. Your proposals must be with us by 20th November, 11PM (CET). Read more

10 Nov 2017

Western Australian Biodiversity Science Institute (WABSI) on board with the Australian Quarry Life Award competition

We are very happy to have WABSI as an official supporter of the 2018 Quarry Life Award in Australia. WABSI is a fantastic Government initiative that promotes collaboration between Government Institutes, Universities and Industry on Biodiversity research topics with a real focus on conservation outcomes. Read more

07 Nov 2017

Burkina Faso needs to withdraw from the Edition 2018

Threats to safety and security in Burkina Faso: Cimburkina has to keep the doors of the Dandé quarry closed to the general public and the National Coordinator will not accept project proposals. Read more