What are the benefits of striking a deal with Japan on Whaling? CBO Director, Leah Gerber featured Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment guest editorial, critiques the leading arguments.
A deal with Japan on whaling? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13: 347–347.
CBO Partner, The Earth Genome, recently released an exciting year one progress report. Earlier this year, the Earth Genome partnered with CBO and a team of ASU researchers to develop a series of decision support tools to aid in resource decision-making.
The Earth Genome has also partnered with leading GIS software developer Esri, the World Resources Institute and the Environmental Defense Fund.
In the coming months The Earth Genome will pilot its first tool that is designed to reveal options for decisions on water use. The water tool will be showcased at the World Business Council on Sustainable Development meeting in December 2015.
The Earth Genome and CBO are currently exploring the design needs for the next tool, to aid users in making sustainable investments.
EEarth Genome March 2015 Progress Report
CBO Director Leah Gerber, proposes a compromise on a total whaling ban: A market in which whales can by bought and sold.
Taking Stock of Nature
We are looking for a part-time Administrative Assistant to help with the daily operations of the Center.
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The School of Life Sciences announces a Master of Science degree in Plant Biology and Conservation.
The McDowell Sonoran Conservancy has received private funding to support one Center for Biodiversity Outcomes Fellow per year for three years, beginning Fall 2015. Contact us for application information.