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Alex Kusmanoff
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Messaging matters: A systematic review of the conservation messaging literature
LR Kidd, GE Garrard, SA Bekessy, M Mills, AR Camilleri, F Fidler, ...
Biological conservation 236, 92-99, 2019
892019
Ask not what nature can do for you: A critique of ecosystem services as a communication strategy
SA Bekessy, MC Runge, AM Kusmanoff, DA Keith, BA Wintle
Biological conservation 224, 71-74, 2018
592018
Five lessons to guide more effective biodiversity conservation message framing
AM Kusmanoff, F Fidler, A Gordon, GE Garrard, SA Bekessy
Conservation Biology 34 (5), 1131-1141, 2020
562020
Framing the private land conservation conversation: Strategic framing of the benefits of conservation participation could increase landholder engagement
AM Kusmanoff, MJ Hardy, F Fidler, G Maffey, C Raymond, MS Reed, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 61, 124-128, 2016
482016
Revisiting the promise of conservation psychology
M Selinske, G Garrard, S Bekessy, A Gordon, A Kusmanoff, F Fidler
Conservation Biology 32 (6), 1464-1468, 2018
432018
Consequences of information suppression in ecological and conservation sciences
DA Driscoll, GE Garrard, AM Kusmanoff, S Dovers, M Maron, N Preece, ...
Conservation Letters 14 (1), e12757, 2021
212021
Understanding Australia’s national feral cat control effort
GE Garrard, AM Kusmanoff, R Faulkner, CL Samarasekara, A Gordon, ...
Wildlife Research 47 (8), 698-708, 2020
132020
Decline of ‘biodiversity’in conservation policy discourse in Australia
AM Kusmanoff, F Fidler, A Gordon, SA Bekessy
Environmental science & policy 77, 160-165, 2017
122017
Why politics and context matter in conservation policy
FLP Damiens, L Mumaw, A Backstrom, SA Bekessy, B Coffey, R Faulkner, ...
Global Policy 8 (2), 253-256, 2017
122017
Framing the Conservation Conversation: An investigation into framing techniques for communicating biodiversity conservation
A Kusmanoff
RMIT University, 2017
122017
Identifying and prioritizing human behaviors that benefit biodiversity
MJ Selinske, GE Garrard, EA Gregg, AM Kusmanoff, LR Kidd, MT Cullen, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 2 (9), e249, 2020
112020
We have a steak in it: Eliciting interventions to reduce beef consumption and its impact on biodiversity
MJ Selinske, F Fidler, A Gordon, GE Garrard, AM Kusmanoff, SA Bekessy
Conservation Letters 13 (5), e12721, 2020
112020
Biodiversity conservation cannot afford COVID-19 communication bungles
EA Gregg, AM Kusmanoff, GE Garrard, LR Kidd, SA Bekessy
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 36 (10), 879-882, 2021
42021
“Bins on boats”, a behaviourally‐based intervention to curb marine pollution in Bass Strait, Australia
AM Kusmanoff, RR McIntosh, S Boag, SA Bekessy
Conservation Science and Practice 4 (4), e12659, 2022
12022
Scale up of behaviour change interventions: A rapid review of evidence and practice
AK Saeri, P Slattery, M Tear, C Varazzani, D Epstein, C Knott, ...
OSF Preprints, 2021
12021
Message framing in the time of the precautionary principle: response to Martell and Rodewald 2019
AM Kusmanoff
Conservation Biology 34 (5), 1061-1062, 2020
12020
Understanding and planning for the environmental benefits of community engagement programs
A Kusmanoff, G Garrard, S Jackson, S Bekessy
Parks Victoria, 2017
12017
SUBMISSION TO THE EPBC ACT REVIEW
A Kusmanoff
2020
Pathways to strategic communication for biodiversity conservation: Response to “Hearing ourselves (and acting in consequence): A commentary on Bekessy et al. from a bird …
A Kusmanoff, MC Runge, DA Keith, BA Wintle, SA Bekessy
Biological Conservation 233, 330-331, 2019
2019
Please keep to the path
A Kusmanoff, M Selinske
DECISION POINT# 106, 20, 2018
2018
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