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Conservation Needs Ecology Participatory...

Conservation Needs Natural History Participatory Science ▹ EwA’s participatory science model presented at ICCB 2023 (SCB’s 31st International Congress for Conservation Biology) Authors: Claire O’Neill, Jennifer Clifford, Kathy McGlathery | Earthwise Aware 🔗 Presentation | 📰 Handout An Essential Practice to Empower Communities and Help & Guide Science Earthwise Aware (EwA) implements “next generation” (data-driven) natural history […]

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Keeping a Forest Whole

Keeping a Forest Whole ▹ EwA conservation study presented at NENHC 2023 and C*Sci 2023 Authors: Claire O’Neill and Mina Burton | Earthwise Aware 🔗 Poster | 🔗 Presentation » full/flash | 📰 Handout The Power of Community-driven GIS-focused Participatory Science In Massachusetts, a community has formed around co-creative participatory science using a novel integration of land use, biodiversity, and […]

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EwA Conservation Reports

Giving Science Back to the People – Advancing Biodiversity & Climate Research Only with the collaboration of naturalists and trained volunteers can we closely monitor indicators necessary to ascertain the state of biodiversity across the planet, such as indicators of phenology, migratory behavior, bioindicator species, population age structure, and species distributions.  Tackling such tasks is […]

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Cub Petting: Cute and Harmful…

Before considering cub petting or volunteering in a facility that allows close interactions with cubs, pause, research and think about the consequences… A vast number of animal lovers choose to ‘volunteer’ at cat parks and sanctuaries that are nothing else than big cats breeding & cub petting facilities posing as conservation enterprises. This includes lions, tigers, cheetahs, leopards, and […]

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