Projects

rewilding urban l.a. with conservation paleobiology

Rewilding urban L.A. with conservation paleobiology

What is truly native to a region? How can we look to our natural past to create a greener future for Los Angeles? These are just some of the questions that our IoES Practicum team aims to answer. In collaboration with The La Brea Tar Pits & Museum and the Natural History Museum (NHM) of...

solving the restaurant waste problem

Solving the restaurant waste problem

Despite the increasing awareness of the need for sustainability, the majority of the restaurant industry has yet to make significant changes to its methods of operation and resource utilization.  Its reputation still holds a very traditional outlook that seems to ward off any opportunity to change and move towards sustainable practices. But with the climate...

the ebony project and opportunities for expansion to west africa

The Ebony Project and opportunities for expansion to West Africa

Home to more than 10,000 species and spanning across more than 5 countries, the Congo Basin is among the world’s largest rain forests, second only to the Amazon – and it is slowly disappearing. This treasured ecosystem supports the prized ebony tree; long sought after for its superior quality, tone, and beautiful dark hue in...

women in the blue economy

Women in the blue economy

Two important issues have risen at the forefront of ocean conservation: the concept of the blue economy and the role of women in international maritime industries. The blue economy encapsulates the sustainable use of the ocean and its resources in a wide breadth of industries including commercial fishing, shipping, renewable energy, and tourism. The impact...

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