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1. Subscribe to our newsletters for regular updates on new biodiversity science, ways to help nature and get involved, and analysis of new policy announcements. You can also help by share our newsletters and encouraging your friends to subscribe.

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3. Make small changes for nature that can add up to major impact when everyone gets involved. See how many of these 12 easy actions you are already taking to help nature and if there are some more you could get involved with.

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4. Talk to your friends about biodiversity, how amazing it is and how we can all take small steps and be champions to help nature. Ultimately we all depend on it.

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7. Leave a Gift in your Will as a lasting legacy to enable continued evidence-based advocacy for nature. Get in contact with us at enquires@biodiversitycouncil.org.au or see our footer for phone numbers.

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The Biodiversity Council acknowledges the First Peoples of the lands and waters of Australia, and pays respect to their Elders, past, present and future and expresses gratitude for long and ongoing custodianship of Country.

The Biodiversity Council is an independent expert group founded by 11 Australian universities to promote evidence-based solutions to Australia’s biodiversity crisis. It is hosted by The University of Melbourne. It receives funding from 11 university partners and The Ian Potter Foundation, The Ross Trust, Trawalla Foundation, The Rendere Trust, Isaacson Davis Foundation, Coniston Charitable Trust and Angela Whitbread.

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