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Skydiving, LEGO and my PhD: how I applied Extreme Citizen Science in the Pantanal, Brazil

Guest post by Rafael Chiaravalotti, PhD student in the Department of Anthropology at UCL

I never liked extreme things. When I was young my brother was the one that was doing all that – skydiving, parachuting, bungee jumping, he did all this. 1,149 more words


What is environmental governance?

Environmental governance is a topic that has received a fair amount of attention in the academic and applied literatures on conservation and environmental management in the last few years. 579 more words

EAF-Nansen project publishes gender audit

The 34 year old series of FAO-Norwegian fisheries projects based on capacity building and use of the Research Vessel (R/V) Dr Fridtjof Nansen has released the report of its… 285 more words


RIO+ Centre will focus on social protection, cities, forests, financing and the SDGs

Work will consider the issues of inequalities – including gender – and governance that can serve as drivers or barriers to the achievement of equitable and sustainable development. 408 more words


What does it take to fill up a lake?

UPDATE: After reading this post to find out why it seems the lake rises so slowly, check out this post where I discuss the recent rain. 775 more words


The Big Picture

The Flood Creek Non-Nativist Landcare Group blog is a collaborative effort. We’re happy to publish your contributions as part of this Landcare Network discussion. See the… 2,643 more words

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Exotics versus Natives: Why not both?

Exotics versus Natives: Why not both?‘ is the title of a conference paper authored by Paul Naninnga, Paul Dann and Haikai Tane. It was delivered at the 1994 National Greening Australia conference in Fremantle. 410 more words

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