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.
The Central Arizona–Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research program, a unit of the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability at Arizona State University, was recently featured in an episode of “Catalyst” by Arizona PBS. The episode, “Desert animals in urban centers,” discussed current research about how natural environments (including plant and animal life) are affected by...
An ASU Now story titled “The inconvenient consequences of a culture of convenience” was published today.
In this article, ASU Center for Biodiversity Outcomes Associate Director of Biodiversity Valuation and Assessments Beth Polidoro and other center affiliated faculty shared insights on the health, pollution and biodiversity issues associated with single-use plastics.
Plastics can take decades, centuries and...
If conservation science is going to save the myriad species under threat in the world today, it’s going to have to go about it more efficiently, according to a paper published this week by an Arizona State University ecology professor.
If academia remains in an ivory tower and nongovernmental organizations working to save species lurch from...