News from 2011
Kai Chan, Sarah Klain and Gerald Singh scheduled to talk at the upcoming International Congress for Conservation Biology meeting in Auckland, New Zealand. Dec 5 – 9 2011
Kai Chan and Sarah Klain have written a blog post entitled, Triage Terror: Are conservation scientists ready to let endangered species blink out? Think again.
Ed and Kai have letters published in the Vancouver Sun about the federal government pulling out of the PNCIMA marine planning process.
Kai was awarded the Fulbright Canada Visiting Research Chair at the University of California – Santa Barbara for 2011-2, hosted by Steve Gaines and Ben Halpern (url)
Kai began his sabbatical visit as Hakai Scholar at SFU with Anne Salomon, the Hakai Network, and the School for Resource & Environmental Management.
Caitlin Millar was awarded an NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award for “Modeling wild living resources under multiple stressors”
Listen to Megan Mach’s interview on National Public Radio: Pacific Coast Shellfish Growers Seek Help To Fight Sea Grass Infestation
New blog post from Jordan Tam: Why Rapture 2.0 was meant to fail, or why climate activists ride airplanes
New blog post from Gerald and Ally re: Zombies, Jesus, and Other Deep Questions for Conservation
New blog post from Jordan Tam re: Psychological bias and marine conservation, What’s in a Number?