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.



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.



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. 



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. 



Cascade Tuholske


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