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Welcome to Cool Green Science

January 30, 2013

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Welcome to Cool Green Science, the conservation science blog of The Nature Conservancy.

The Nature Conservancy has 550 staff with advanced science degrees, and they publish more than 200 peer-reviewed articles annually.

In all 50 states and 36 countries, our scientists pursue the latest conservation research to make the most difference for people and nature.

On this blog, you’ll find:

  1. The latest research conducted by our scientists around the globe. Whether it’s tracking chimps, measuring human well-being in a remote village or tracking water levels with remote-controlled airplanes, Cool Green Science takes you in the field to the latest, cutting-edge science.
  2.  Commentary from our scientists on important conservation issues, rants and raves about media and trends, new findings, books, technology and more.
  3. Natural history notes from our projects and preserves.
  4. Ways you can help conservation by participating in citizen science activities.

Cool Green Science is devoted to all things conservation science. (For a blog on Conservancy policy, news and green living, check out Conservancy Talk).

Comments are welcome, but please read our editorial policies and guidelines, as well as the legal disclosure and terms of use that apply to Cool Green Science.

Now, sit back and get ready for some cool science. In the coming weeks we’ll feature battling bison bulls and rutting flying squirrels, adventures with coral reefs and remote-controlled airplanes, opinions on population and climate, and encounters with everything from wild yaks in Tibet to centipedes in your home.

Read, enjoy and join the conversation.

Opinions expressed on Cool Green Science and in any corresponding comments are the personal opinions of the original authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Nature Conservancy.

Matt Miller

Matt Miller is director of science communications for The Nature Conservancy and editor of the Cool Green Science blog. A lifelong naturalist and outdoor enthusiast, he has covered stories on science and nature around the globe. Matt has worked for the Conservancy for the past 14 years, previously serving as director of communications for the Idaho program. More from Matt

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