Sean and the Van Humboldt are headed to the New England area for the next leg of the NatureServe Network Van Tour. Follow us on social media for updates from the road, and check out the blog to read all about each visit.
Sean speaks with Thomas Brooks, Chief Scientist of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) ahead of the IUCN World Conservation Congress taking place September 3rd to September 11th in Marseille.
The SER International Standards offer a framework to help individual restoration projects and global restoration initiatives achieve their intended goals, while addressing the many challenges of effective implementation, including ecosystem complexity, climate change, ineffective design and implementation, and the trade-offs between social priorities and biodiversity.
The northwest of the Bolivian Amazon continues to preserve vast tracks of primary Amazonian rainforest and at the same time shelters more than 110 000 people living in a couple of urban settlements and several small communities.
The Midwest Regional Forum will take place April 8th – 9th 2019 at the Honey Creek Resort State Park in Moravia, Iowa, and will bring together leading scientists, conservationists, and data analysts working to protect rare species and threatened ecosystems.
Conserving large carnivores is a pressing issue worldwide. The ecological and conservation roles of bears, as keystone and umbrella species, and even the cultural importance of this group addressed by the scientific community, is rarely reflected at the local level where communities suffer diverse costs from coexisting with bears.
The regional Coastal Acidification Networks of the US Northeast and Mid-Atlantic (NECAN and MACAN) are consortiums of scientists, marine industry, and resource managers with a central goal of sharing information to better understand the impacts of acidification to appropriately manage and adapt to these conditions.