ATTAINING A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY: INTEGRATING KNOWLEDGE FOR ACTION
James R. Karr Lecture 10 June 2, 2009 Attaining a Sustainable Society
When asked if I am pessimistic or optimistic about the future, my answer is always the same: If you look at the science
Global Partnerships in Conservation Biology: Global
Can We Make a Difference with Field Training and Community Outreach Before Its Too Late?
NB: Many photos removed to make this file small enough to be placed on the course website.
Randall C. Kyes Randall
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Attitudes Toward Sharks and the Sustainability of the Worlds Fisheries
The Real Predator
~ 100 shark attacks per year ~ 15 humans per year killed by sharks Each human death revisited on shark populations 6 million-fold!
TIME, August 11, 1997
Arts for Change
A Socially Engaged Art & Teaching Practice by Beverly Naidus
Mierle Ukeles - Touch Sanitation - 1979
Jackie Brookner - Prima Lingua - 1996
THIS IS NOT A TEST 1978-91
Nova Scotia College o
The Cultural, Social, Spiritual, and Dietary Importance of Putting Whale Back on our Dinner Tables. The Revitalization of Makah and Nuuchah-nulth Whaling
May 17th, 1999, the Makah Nation harvest a 30foot maaak, (sih-xwahwhix) California gray whale
Reality Check - 1883 International Fisheries Exhibition44
Any tendency to over-fishing will meet with its natural check in the diminution of the supply, . . . This check will always come into operation long before anything like permanent exhaustion has oc