Work in the Tewksbury lab spans scales and disciplines, from natural history and ecology to solution-centered research and synthesis integrating the natural sciences into environmental policy and conservation. Read more about what we do »

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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I woke up this morning and my friend Trevor Branch (@TrevorABranch) had tweeted the 2013 Information is Beautiful awards – this is truly fantastic eye candy for the data lover.  As I wondered through, however,  I kept thinking – where are the big environmental issues? There is some truly amazing talent represented here, and the winners […]

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