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by Tarika Sankar
I think I could probably get lost in the oceans of information accessible to a student at a major research university, and spend the rest of my life wandering through the stacks while my family wonders how it is possible to go missing in a library. 494 more words
One group of community participants for Integrated Catchment Management that are often overlooked is that of the indigenous Aboriginal people. The traditional native owners of the land are often not invited to participate in such projects that could involve community members such as Integrated Catchment Management. 450 more words
Are biologists just “tourists with binoculars”? Exploring the knowing-doing gap in tropical countries
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Today’s post is a fascinating perspective on the knowing-doing gap from Anne Toomey.
Anne also has her own blog: Science and the Community – Adventures in the Bolivian Amazon.
Not the best news from the 2014 Fall Report of the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development. Light is now being shed on the effects of the massive budget cuts (thank you, Steven Harper) over the past few years. 252 more words