Open Science for Synthesis: Gulf Research Program

Training in Open Science Enables Synthetic Science within the Gulf Research Program

Biodiversity Offsetting Is Contentious – Here’s an Alternative

A new approach to compensate for the impact of development may be an effective alternative to biodiversity offsetting – and help nations achieve international biodiversity targets.

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Michael Eggen

Erin McLean

Ocean Plastic is Increasing in Line with Global Production

A recent analysis of the world's longest data set of floating ocean debris reinforces the need for continued global efforts to address the transboundary trash problem.

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Marcus Thomson

Fisheries Management Is Actually Working, Global Analysis Shows

Increasing fish stocks around the world give credibility to strong management and the importance of fisheries data. 

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Grace Wu

NCEAS Portrait: Krithi Karanth is Reducing Human-Wildlife Conflict with Improved Data Accessibility and Use

Krithi Karanth has pioneered research and solutions to reduce human-wildlife conflict in India. The team she led through the Science for Nature and People Partnership is helping government planners make data-driven decisions amid an infrastucture boom that has implications for wildlife conservation and human well-being. 

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Cascade Tuholske

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