How does your business depend upon ocean resources? How is this ocean 'natural capital' changing and what risks and opportunities does this present?
The Natural Capital Protocol for the Ocean will be a framework to help businesses to answer these questions and more. We invite you to join a workshop...
- Director, Ocean Resources and Ecosystems Program, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Cornell University
The North Atlantic right whale is one of the world’s most endangered cetacean species. Population and ecosystem monitoring studies reveal that the right whale’s reproductive rate is correlated with Calanus finmarchicus abundance in the Gulf of Maine, which, in turn, responds to ecosystem regime shifts associated with decadal-scale climate forcing...
- CEO & Co-Founder, Conservation X Labs
- Chanler Innovator in Residence, Duke University
- COO/CSO & Co-Founder, Conservation X Labs
Alex Dehgan is the Chanler Innovator in Residence at Duke University, where he teaches technology innovation to address sustainable development goals. Paul Bunje is a global thought leader in bringing innovation to solve environmental grand challenges.
Dehgan and Bunje co-founded Conservation X Labs, an...
- Assistant Professor, Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Funding for biodiversity is critical to achieving international conservation and sustainable development goals. However, investment decisions are hindered by lack of information on financial flows and considerable uncertainty over the likely impact of conservation spending. Miller will share results from recent research on both the allocation and effectiveness of international...
In partnership with Conservation International, the ASU Center for Biodiversity Outcomes will be hosting a series of speed talks by the ASU-Cl professors of practice on their respective research areas. This will be a great opportunity for faculty to learn more about their work...
- CEO, Conservation International
Please join us for a special talk from Conservation International CEO and ASU-CI Distinguished Professor of Practice, M. Sanjayan, as part of the ASU-CI partnership. During this talk, he will discuss the importance of nature to human wellbeing and the role we all play in conserving...
- Assistant Professor, School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences
- Deputy Director, Center for Biodiversity Outcomes
- Assistant Professor, School of Life Sciences
- Associate Director of Conservation Evidence, Center for Biodiversity Outcomes
- ASU-Conservation International Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Biodiversity Outcomes
Stakeholder EngagementBeth Polidoro will present Center activities connecting communities and institutions from local-to-global scales.
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
School of Life Sciences, C-wing, Room 202
Arizona State University, Tempe campus
Biodiversity Evidence, Metrics and MonitoringSamantha Cheng will talk about finding evidence from what works in conservation.
Wednesday, April 4, 2018
12:00 - 1:00...
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Join us for a special screening of the short documentary Souls of the Vermilion Sea followed by a moderated panel discussion with global experts on marine mammal conservation.
The vaquita is a critically endangered small porpoise that can only be found in the northern waters of the Gulf of California, Mexico...
- Director of the Institute for Environmental Studies, Texas Christian University
Mike Slattery is an internationally trained geographer and environmental scientist who teaches and writes on a range of environmental issues from human impacts on river systems to the socioeconomic impacts of utility-scale wind farms. He has led several global conservation programs including the establishment of a research station...
- Wildlife Biologist
- Phoenix Zoo
Join videographer and producer Samantha Lloyd for a screening of the documentary-short Wildlife Freedom: The Border and Its Environmental Impact. The screening will be followed by a discussion of the environmental impacts of policies governing the Mexico-US border with Samantha Lloyd, Jan Schipper, and Sergio Avila-Villegas. Moderated by Andrew Maynard.
When Hurricane Katrina hit the U.S. Gulf Coast in 2005, Chevron suffered $1.4 billion in damages. When monsoon floods swept Thailand in 2011, disk drive shortages cost Hewlett-Packard $4 billion in revenue. When Twenty-First Century Fox was filming “The Revenant,” they added $10 million to production costs to relocate filming...
- Professor; Director of Center for Environmental Studies and Biodiversity, Universidad del Valle de Guatemala
Edwin Castellanos has researched adaptation and mitigation to climate change in Guatemala for the past 20 years. He was a lead author in the IPCC 5th report on climate change for the chapter on Central and South America.
In this talk, Castellanos will discuss adaptation and mitigation efforts currently underway in...
The oceans feed three out of seven people on the planet, yet many fisheries face significant threats associated with overfishing, habitat degradation and other threats. In this talk, ASU-Conservation International Professor of Practice Jack Kittinger and ASU-CI Fellow Dr. Elena Finkbeiner will discuss recent findings from sustainability science that are...
Osha Gray Davidson
- Award-winning Photographer and Journalist
The Central Arizona Conservation Alliance (CAZCA) invites you to explore the power of photography for advocacy and conservation. Learn about the lands and water above the largest copper deposit in North America (outside Superior, AZ). Plans for mining this region could impact sacred Native American cultural sites, water...
Join the Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology and the Center for Biodiversity Outcomes for our third brainstorming session on how to create a community of scholars committed to diversifying STEAM+H pathways.
Alfredo J. Artiles, Ph.D., Dean of the Graduate College and...
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