Collaborating across diverse disciplines and practices to identify and create solutions that conserve and help manage biodiversity for the long term.
Collaborating to identify and pursue questions that lead to use-inspired research and action.
Establishing relationships with partners to create biodiversity outcomes.
If you are a graduate student and want to further conservation efforts in the Amazon while building relationships that could lead to future collaborations, explore the ASU Global Development Research (GDR) Program in Brazil. This program was created through a partnership between Arizona State University and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). All research,...
The Science for Nature and People (SNAP) working group on Ecosystem Services and Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) aims to identify sites that significantly contribute to global biodiversity.
In April 2016, the group met to develop recommendations and guidelines for documenting ecosystem services in KBAs, and how these areas influence human well-being. This group is a collaboration of...
On September 28, 2016 (time and location TBD), the Hugh Hanson Seminar Series welcomes Jessica Hellmann.
Dr. Hellmann is the director of the Institute on the Environment and a professor in the Ecology, Evolution and Behavior department at the University of Minnesota.
Her research focuses on environmental response to climate and other environmental changes, and how humans...