Explore ways in which scientific research results can be used to inform government policy and programs. Perspectives from scientists working with government agencies and legislative offices (primarily at the state level) will be presented. Participants will engage in hands-on exercises to explore the challenges and opportunities in applying results from...
Upcoming Biodiversity Outcomes Events
- Postdoctoral Research Associate, Center for Biodiversity Outcomes, Arizona State University
In partnership with Arizona State University's School of Life Sciences, Dr. Gravuer will facilitate a Hugh Hanson Seminar titled "Macrobial Concepts, Microbial Scales: Microbial Community Responses to Change and Linkages to Soil Carbon Sequestration on Working Lands."
Past Biodiversity Outcomes Events
- Chief Scientist, The Nature Conservancy
Hugh Possingham leads global, science-based conservation efforts through his position as the Chief Scientist of The Nature Conservancy, the world’s largest environmental non-government organization. He is also an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow at the University of Queensland. In 2016, Hugh was elected a foreign associate of the...
Hugh Possingham leads global, science-based conservation efforts through his position as the Chief Scientist of The Nature Conservancy. Read full bio>>
To make the most of our time together, we are asking each registrant to e-mail a question for Dr. Possingham by Friday, Feb. 17 via Leigh Ann Tower...
- Chief Scientist, The Nature Conservancy
Hugh Possingham leads global, science-based conservation efforts through his position as the Chief Scientist of The Nature Conservancy, the world’s largest environmental non-government organization. He is also an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow at the University of Queensland. In 2016, Hugh was elected a foreign associate of the US National...
Please join us for morning coffee as we welcome Hugh Possingham, Chief Scientist for The Nature Conservancy, to Arizona State University for a day of enlightening talks.
Dr. Possingham will conduct a lunchtime seminar titled "Four Real Stories on How Science Impacts Environmental Policy (or Not!)" on the ASU...
In collaboration with The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), GreenBiz17, and the Arizona State University Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiative, the Center for Biodiversity Outcomes will host a pre-conference session titled “Redefining Corporate Value: Changing the Equation for Cities, Food, Materials and Climate...
Arizona State University Center for Biodiversity Outcomes Director Leah Gerber will facilitate a free webinar exploring how biodiversity thinking not only benefits companies’ public image, but also their profitability and compliance with emerging regulations.
Panelists from corporate, NGO and academic sectors will share insights. Panelists include: Gabriella Burian (Senior Director,...
The Center for Biodiversity Outcomes invites you to an open house reception to celebrate our new space in the School of Life Sciences, Wing A, Room 351. Please join us for light refreshments, good company and the opportunity to earn a biodiversity-related prize!Read More Registration Closed
The Center for Biodiversity Outcomes (CBO) invites ASU scholars to attend its Third Annual Biodiversity Research Engagement Symposium.
This event is the perfect opportunity to hear about current and emerging ASU biodiversity opportunities, explore opportunities for collaboration in research and proposals, and discuss ways to engage with CBO Knowledge Partners...
The McDowell Sonoran Conservancy and the National Phenology Network invite you to learn how to properly observe and document phenology, or year-round changes, in selected desert plants.
Understanding and collecting data on the timing of life cycle events for plants, animals, and microbes is one of the easiest ways for...
- Foundation Professor, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University
The Arizona State University PlanetWorks initiative will be presenting the second session of the Allies of the Anthropocene Dialogue Series.
Daniel Bodansky, Foundation Professor at the Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law and leading authority on global climate change, will be facilitating a discussion regarding news and implications resulting from...
- Pulizer Prize-winning Author
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Kolbert will present from her book “The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History.”
This event is happening in partnership with the Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative, an interdisciplinary partnership between the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing, the Center for Science and the Imagination and the Walton...
Hugh Hanson Seminar Series: Organismal Adaptation to Climate and Adaptation by Humans to Climate Change
- Director, Institute on the Environment, University of Minnesota
- Professor, Ecology, Evolution and Behavior Department, University of Minnesota
To preserve biodiversity and ecosystem function in the face of climate change, we will need change existing management strategies and craft new ones. This is both a scientific and a social endeavor. The first part of this talk tackles some technical issues of understanding species responses to climate change, including...
Please join the Center for Biodiversity Outcomes at the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Conservation Congress: Planet at the Crossroads (1-10 September 2016), Hawai'i
Friday, 9/2The Power of Collaboration: Business-NGO speed networking
11:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. ● Business and Biodiversity Pavilion ● Session information
ASU-World Business Council...
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