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Supporting Environmental Law Enforcement in the Philippines
Environmental crime is a highly profitable and rapidly expanding area of international criminal activity. In the Philippines, environmental crimes, such as illicit trafficking in wildlife, illegal logging, and illegal, unregulated, and unreported fishing, have broader impacts.
Preserving Cultural Heritage in Natural and Manmade Disasters - Archive
Corine Wegener will share insights from the Smithsonian Haiti Cultural Recovery Project after 2010 Haiti earthquake, Hurricane Sandy, Smithsonian's current work in Mali, Iraq, and Syria, as well coordination efforts right here at home.
Regional and National Efforts to Implement the National Ocean Policy - Archive
In this seminar, Beth Kerttula will address the tremendous progress that Federal agencies have made in carrying out the actions described in the National Ocean Policy Implementation Plan.
Reinventing Diplomacy through Science, Technology and Innovation - Archive
Changing Ice: Managing the North American Arctic - Archive
The National Wetlands Inventory: Beyond Habitat and Birds - Archive
The Upcoming U.S. Chairmanship of the Arctic Council - Archive
Requiem for the Santa Cruz: An Environmental History of an Arizona River - Archive
Carbon Sequestration: Another Reason for Good Stewardship - Archive
Why are healthy ecosystems critical to climate change mitigation and adaptation?Ecosystems across the lower 48 states sequester carbon, counterbalancing greenhouse gas emissions. Forests, wetlands, and farms in the Eastern U.S. naturally store more carbon than the rest of the rest of the lower 48 states combined.Please join Interior's Office of Policy Analysis on December 8 for their monthly speaker series, which will feature Bradley Reed, USGS Associate Program Coordinator.Dr.
An End to the Listing Wars? - Archive
Lessons from the Front Lines of the Geospatial Revolution - Archive
Ecosystem Services Frameworks: Protecting the Chesapeake Bay and Providing Carbon Sequestration - Archive
What's all the Fuss About Scientific Integrity? - Archive
Coastal Resilience: Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM's) Role - Archive
Wind and Solar Farms – Cultivating Renewable Energy Resources on Public Lands - Archive
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