• Leveraging Social Sector Leadership
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    Leveraging Social Sector Leadership

    Executive Director Lissa Widoff explains how a new report corroborates our approach to grant funding and leadership investments.

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  • Take Away Thoughts from the National Adaptation Forum
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    Take Away Thoughts from the National Adaptation Forum

    Fellow Brenda Zollitsch reflects on the climate change adaptation opportunities in wetlands.

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  • Decentralized Renewable Energy
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    Decentralized Renewable Energy: A Wish List for Multi-Actors

    Fellow Dipti Vaghela gives her wish list for organizations working worldwide on this important issue.

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Brad Keitt (1997) has already been working to prevent extinctions caused by non-native species introduced to islands for decades. His non-profit, Island Conservation, prevents extinctions of native species by removing invasive species from islands. But the challenge of climate change has Keitt rethinking how his organization plans its projects and communicates about them.

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May 29, 2015
Most of the time, wind-borne dust and sand seems just a nuisance, but it can present real risks to our health and safety. Read moreRead more >
May 28, 2015
That’s not to say that the knowledge and skills researchers usually obtain in graduate school aren’t valuable assets too, says Brian Johnson, director of educational research and program...Read more >
May 28, 2015
Innovations in technologies that produce energy (such as solar and wind) have over time brought new mixes of energy into existing networks for distribution. What has lacked is a breakthrough that can...Read more >
May 27, 2015
The few remaining places in the wider Caribbean with relatively healthy reefs have one thing in common: a greater abundance of parrotfish and other herbivores. They also benefit by being adjacent to...Read more >

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