Blog from nature about integrating traditional knowledge with Western Science to study and protect Salmon in Alaska.
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This report provides input into the discussions at the 2013 World Water Week in Stockholm, which is held under the theme of Water Cooperation: Building Partnerships. The editors of the report are Anders Jägerskog, Director, Knowledge Services, Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI); Torkil Jønch Clausen, Chair, World Water Week Scientific Programme Committee, SIWI; Karin Lexén, Director, World Water Week & Prizes, SIWI; and Torgny Holmgren, Executive Director, SIWI.
This sourcebook has two purposes. The first is to provide a selection of evaluation tools and change mechanisms for collaborative groups to consider and use. The second is tostimulate discussion of evaluation and adaptation in collaborative resource management. Collaborative resource management and adaptive management are not new concepts, but experience has not caught up to theory, and there is much to learn from the rapidly evolving efforts underway.
The Western Rivers Institute is an advocacy and educational organization promoting greater understanding of how water and rivers work in Colorado and the western US. Our goal is to foster needed changes in water law, use and tradition through collaboration and understanding of the needs of rivers, agriculture and communities.
As the global population surges, dams have been increasingly adopted as a way to keep up with skyrocketing demands for water and energy.
Madison Valley Ranchlands Group has an opening for a project director. Contact MVRG at email@example.com Applications close on May 30. Call John Crumley with any questions - 406 682 7364 or 406 581 5602
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This organization is a cooperative advisory-making body orgazized to resolve land management conflices in the Clearwater Basin, Idaho. This Basin is part of the largest complex of public lands in the continental United States. People from all backgrounds and points of view agree that the forests, mountains and streams here are priceless and necessary to economic, social and ecological well-being.
Costa Rica, a tropical country known for its national parks and ecotourism, has taken a further step to protect its environment. But even in this environmentally conscious nation, a new ban on hunting faces obstacles.