Entries by Carlos Carroll

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March for Science: Know Your Rights

We encourage anyone planning to participate in the April 22 March for Science, April 29 People’s Climate March, or other public demonstration to read and distribute the pamphlet available at the link below; more informed science advocates will result in safer, more successful marches. For more info: March for Science: Know Your Rights – Climate […]

NACCB 2018 to be hosted in Toronto, Ontario

NACCB 2018’s theme is Conservation Science, Policy, and Practice: Connecting the Urban to the Wild. NACCB2018 will be held at the Westin Harbour Castle Conference Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, from July 21-26, 2018. Planning for NACCB2018 is well under way, and we will have materials to share soon. Toronto is a diverse and exciting city which will […]

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500 Women Scientists will March for Science

Many of SCB North America’s members, including President-elect Dr. Jessa Madosky, are supporting efforts by 500 Women Scientists. 500 Women Scientists will proudly support the March for Science on April 22, 2017. More info: 500 Women Scientists will March for Science – Medium

Marching for Science, across the Globe

SCB North America and its members are supporting the March for Science. More info soon. Satellite marches across the globe aim to stand in solidarity with US scientists and highlight issues in their home countries. More info: Marching for Science, from Berlin to Sydney | The Scientist Magazine®

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Update on Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Actions

SCBNA actively engages with representatives of federal and state agencies, NGOs, and other professional societies to work towards increasing diversity and inclusion in the field of conservation science. SCBNA President-Elect Jessa Madosky is leading up a new SCBNA Equity, Inclusion and Diversity Committee which will help us advance this important work despite policy changes occurring […]

SCBNA Policy Update

Although the results of the recent US elections will bring major changes in US federal government policies that affect biodiversity conservation, SCBNA is committed to remaining a strong voice for promoting the application of rigorous science to conservation management and policy. We are working to strengthen our network of contacts in DC in order to […]