Work in the Tewksbury lab spanned scales and disciplines, from natural history and ecology to solution-centered research and synthesis integrating the natural sciences into environmental policy and conservation. The Lab is currently in remission, as Tewksbury is returning from 2.5 years of launching and running the Luc Hoffmann Institute.   Read more about what we did »

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The opening Plenary Session of ESA in Baltimore is focused on Ecology’s Relevance to Earth’s Future, and speakers include Jim Collins, Margaret Palmer, Tom Lovejoy, Doug Erwin, Rush Holt and David Tilman (with luck, the ESA website will have Tom and David added to the roster soon).  I have been asked to facilitate the live and online conversation and Q&A surrounding […]

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The following post appeared last month on the Leopold Leadership blog, Leopold 3.0.  This is a great collaborative blog focused on catalyzing environmental change as an academic, and a resource for communications, team building, networking and a whole bunch of related material. Comments are enabled on the original site, so that is a great place […]

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