The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program at the University of California Santa Cruz seeks applicants.
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SCB, an official observer organization to IPBES, will participate in the Stakeholder Days meetings prior to the 4th IPBES Plenary in Malaysia in late February. We invite our members to join us.
SCB seeks student members for its Ecological Footprint Committee (EFC). The committee offers a great opportunity to make a long-term impact with SCB and learn about carbon neutrality and sequestration.
Review the Birds and Habitats Directives could have substantial implications for biodiversity conservation across Europe. Former SCB Europe Section President Martin Dieterich on why the review matters for nature conservation policy in the EU.
Scientists Erlend Moster Knudsen ran 2,500 km and Daniel Price cycled 10,000 km to Paris to attend COP 21 to raise awareness of climate change in the polar regions. In an interview with Tim Ward, they explain their jump from scientists to advocates.