The Center for Integrative Conservation Research engages in research and teaching on conservation and sustainability.
We promote an integrative approach that utilizes insights and methodologies from across the social and ecological sciences. Through our research, teaching, and support of the Integrative Conservation Ph.D. Program, we seek to emphasize the social and ecological trade-offs that are associated with managing complex systems and responding to contemporary environmental challenges, and to engage with policy and practitioner communities to support effective and equitable solutions to these trade-offs.
Please join us for the final Integrative Conservation Brown Bag of the 2014-15 academic year: “Informing water management decisions with ecological models” Kyle McKay, Research Civil Engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Adjunct Faculty, ... More ›
eXXpedition 2014 was a voyage of 14 women across the Atlantic to make the unseen seen… through conducting scientific research on plastic in our oceans and awareness of toxics in our environment and in our ... More ›