“Aww”: the new cute emotion

Griffith School of Environment and Science
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A cuddly animal, an adorable baby or an endearing gesture from a partner – whatever the cute level, it is usually met with a reaction of “aww”. Now a Griffith University researcher has given new meaning to the response, suggesting it should be a new emotion. Professor Ralf Buckley, of Griffith’s School of Environment, highlights […]

Hurdles for conservation on private land

Griffith School of Environment and Science
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Golden Lion Tamarins are endangered, occurring only in Brazil’s Atlantic Forests, which have been mostly cleared. However, many small patches of suitable tamarin habitat remain on privately owned land. In a paper co-authored by Professor Ralf Buckley, Griffith’s International Chair in Ecotourism Research in the School of Environment, and Dr Fernanda de Vasconcellos Pegas, from the […]