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Invasions are not just military (Part 2)

In a previous post about invasive species, we learned what invasion meant and who the invaders look like. Now let’s discuss how invasive species get a foot hold in the first place and what can be done about it. 642 more words

Natural Resources

Want to slow climate change? Stop killing sharks

With shark attacks on the rise in Australia, a handful of researchers gathered in Sydney on Tuesday to discuss potential shark repelling technologies. A new study published in… 416 more words

Climate & Energy

Some hopeful news for biodiversity and sustainable development?

Today is a day of farewell but also of new and hopeful beginnings. We are concluding the 65th UNEP/UNESCO/BMUB International Short Course on Ecosystem Management – Biodiversity and Restoration Ecology. 290 more words

Current Course

SC65: Excursion to Berlin

The course headed to Berlin to participate in a workshop organized by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) at the International Climate Initiative. 62 more words

Current Course

Going The Distance: Masai Mara Marathon 2015

“Life is a marathon, not a short sprint”. This is my all-time favourite mantra. In fact, I posted it on my Facebook wall just a few days before I ran the… 1,780 more words


Welcome SC65!

The 65th UNEP/UNESCO/BMUB Short Course has just begun. Representatives from Argentina, Bhutan, Bolivia, Brazil, Cameroon, China, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Iran, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania, Tunisia, and Zambia have moved into the CIPSEM headquarters to deepen their knowledge in the field of “Ecosystem Management – Biodiversity and Restoration Ecology”. 39 more words

Current Course

A Review on the Sagebrush Sea

Recently, the University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institute held a film screening of The Sagebrush Sea, along with a panel discussion n August 12th. The panel was comprised of Marc Dantzker, the film’s producer, Brian Rutledge, a biologist, and Dr. 674 more words

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