Entries by Carlos Carroll

SCB and ESA receive NSF Award to seed new Network for Next Generation Careers

The Ecological Society of America, in partnership with the Society for Conservation Biology (SCB), will create a new network of prospective employers, faculty and professional societies over the next eighteen months with a $48,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).  The Next Generation Careers – Innovation in Environmental Biology Education (NGC) incubator project will […]

Call for proposals now open for SCBNA’s 2016 conference!

As scientists and practitioners working to address the conservation challenges facing the planet, we know it is not enough to engage in groundbreaking research. We also have the responsibility to communicate beyond our field in ways that inspire action, change policy, and engage diverse communities. We are faced with the challenge of developing innovative solutions to environmental and […]

SCBNA co-sponsors biennial southwest science conference in Flagstaff, AZ

SCB North America is co-sponsoring the Biennial Conference on Science in the Colorado Plateau, which occurs Oct 6-8 in Flagstaff Arizona. This is a great opportunity for learning about the latest conservation science in the southwest and meeting conservation practitioners from many sectors (agency, academia, and non-profits). The 13th Biennial Conference Agenda is now available […]

Upcoming SCBNA Climate Adaptation Workshops

SCBNA is teaming up with the Southwest Climate Science Center, Northern Arizona University, and the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies to put on our second climate change adaptation workshop in Tucson, AZ. Contact us for more information.

Society for Conservation Biology | SCB comments on proposed Endangered Species Act listing rules

The North America Policy Program of the Society for Conservation Biology (“SCB”) has recently submitted comments regarding the newly proposed rule from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service (“Services”) that changes the procedures that scientists must comply with when submitting a petition to the Services to protect a species under […]

Why should you vote in SCB’s elections?

When you pay your annual membership dues to SCB, do you wonder whether you are getting your money’s worth? Do you see ways in which SCB could be doing more to advance conservation science and practice?  One way to influence the future of SCB is by voting in elections for members of the SCB Board. Unfortunately often […]