Ruth DeFries has been selected by The Ecological Society of America in their new Fellows program
Ruth DeFries has been selected by The Ecological Society of America in their new Fellows program which aims to recognize and honor member contributions to the field of ecology. “The Fellows and Early Career Fellows programs will recognize the many ways in which our members contribute to ecological research and discovery, communication, education and pedagogy, and to management and policy,” said ESA President Scott Collins. The complete list of first Fellows can be found on the Society´s webpage. Fellows are elected for life.
India’s potential ban on nature tourism in the vicinity of tiger reserves
The research of Ruth DeFries, E3B Chair, and former Post-doc, Krithi Karanth -now Ramanujan Fellow and executive Director, Centre for Wildlife Studies (India) – are figuring prominently in the Supreme Court of India’s potential ban on nature tourism in the vicinity of tiger reserves. Please see the New York Times India Ink blog HERE, and a posting on the site LiveMint HERE.
Miriam Marlier is coauthor of a paper with E3B Chair Ruth DeFries
Miriam Marlier, a Ph.D. student, is coauthor of a paper with E3B Chair Ruth DeFries, just published in Nature Climate Change (August, 2012). The paper details health risks from landscape fire emissions in southeast Asia. Please click here for the paper, and click here for a news piece about the paper.
Ming Lee recently co-authored a short paper with Lian Pin Koh
Ming Lee , a postdoctoral fellow, has recently co-authored a short paper with Lian Pin Koh on “Sensible consumerism for environmental sustainability”. This paper is part of a special issue: advancing environmental conservation: essays in honor of Navjot Sodhi. Navjot was a tropical conservation scientist, and dear mentor and friend of Ming. Please click here for Ming’s article.