Written by Jonathan Hoekstra | December 22nd, 2011
You can’t find these gifts in any store, but you can find them in nature. Scientist Jon Hoekstra shares his hopes for kids today.
Written by Bob Lalasz | January 27th, 2011
When scientific study results get harder to reproduce, does that mean science is in crisis? Conservancy scientists Rob McDonald, Doria Gordon and Joe Fargione respond to a New Yorker article.
Written by Bob Lalasz | January 21st, 2011
Are scientific studies proving harder and harder to replicate — and what does that mean for conservation? Conservancy scientists Jon Hoekstra and Jensen Montambault respond to a New Yorker article.
Written by Jonathan Hoekstra | November 5th, 2010
Was the Gulf oil spill actually good for the region’s economy? Maybe in the short-term — but the Gulf needs a long-term restoration economy, says Conservancy scientist Jonathan Hoekstra.
Written by Bob Lalasz | August 26th, 2010
Our debate on where communicating climate science went wrong continues with a look at what scientists need to do to regain the public’s trust…if anything.
Written by Jonathan Hoekstra | August 24th, 2010
Floods, fires, drought, smog in Moscow’s Red Square (above) — there’s been some wild weather lately across the globe. Time to start linking it to climate change, says Conservancy scientist Jonathan Hoekstra.
Written by Jonathan Hoekstra | August 13th, 2010
The wellhead might be capped, but don’t be fooled — the response to the Gulf oil spill is just beginning, says Conservancy scientist Jonathan Hoekstra.
Written by Jonathan Hoekstra | May 18th, 2010
How do you transform a Brazilian municipality from a lawless hotspot of deforestation into a leader in Amazon conservation? It’s complicated — but the Conservancy’s helped make it happen, says Jonathan Hoekstra.
Written by Bob Lalasz | February 23rd, 2010
3 Nature Conservancy scientists respond — and say the road to restore science’s public reputation will require major shifts in focus.