Bob Lalasz is the director of science communications at The Nature Conservancy and the editor of the new Cool Green Science. A long-time editor and writer, he was previously the Conservancy's associate director of digital marketing. He now blogs here about the Conservancy's scientific research and on-the-ground work as well as larger conservation science and science communications issues.
Conservancy scientist Jaymee Marty took up running 6 years ago...now she's qualified for the US Olympic women's marathon team trials! Watch this video and be amazed by her drive to answer questions...in running and science. More
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. More
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