The 23rd annual meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, the premier professional conservation science association, was widely agreed to
As a new staff member at CI, I’m excited to be learning more about all the ways the scientific community
Last day of the conference and everybody is tired, especially those that stayed up late drinking Tanduay, the local rum.
This morning I woke late and still have to finish my presentation. I am the first speaker and I have
It’s a hot, dry day in Batangas City, finally after two weeks of torrential rain. Everyone is excited about the
The expert workshop for the vulnerability assessment of the Verde Island Passage (Philippines) to climate change starts on July 22
A symposium on crane conservation in Eastern Asia, moderated by the International Crane Foundation, explored the ways in which successful
The first full day of the Society for Conservation Biology’s 2009 International Congress for Conservation Biology started off strong.
Last week, Jose Maria Cardoso da Silva, CI’s Vice President for South America sent a bit of good news to
There’s good news and there’s bad news . . . that’s the way it tends to go for our beautiful