View recipients of the Charles Fleming Award for environmental achievement
The 2016 Charles Fleming Award for Environmental Achievement has been awarded to Professor Bruce Clarkson from the University of Waikato.
For over three decades, Professor Clarkson has worked tirelessly to advance and communicate understanding of native plant ecology and vegetation pattern and process, inform conservation efforts in terrestrial, freshwater and urban environments, and support effective on-the-ground restoration practice.
|2013||Michael Joy (for his key contribution he has made to the sustainable management and protection of New Zealand’s freshwater resources)|
|2010||Alan Mark FRSNZ (for his work exploring and illuminating the ecology of southern ecosystems, in particular tussock grasslands, wetlands and alpine communities, through many highly influential publications. He is regarded as New Zealand’s leading environmental scientist and conservationist)|
|2007||Mick Clout FRSNZ (for his work including the role of birds in forest regeneration, the effective control of invasive species (including possums), and the conservation of birds themselves)|
Stephen Michael Dawson
|2001||John Lawrence Craig|
|1998||David A. Thom|
|1995||Brian P. J. Molloy|
|1992||Ian A. E. Atkinson|
|1989||Donald Merton (for his outstanding efforts in the field of saving endangered species)
Royal New Zealand Forest and Bird Protection Society (special corporate award for launch of prize)