30 Apr '13, 10am

What Does the Science Really Say about Organics?

What Does the Science Really Say about Organics?

is the director of science for The Nature Conservancy’s North Carolina chapter. Rebecca is an interdisciplinary scientist whose work focuses on the intersection of people and nature looking at how to quantify and communicate the benefits nature provides to people’s well-being. She received her PhD from Stanford University working with Professor Gretchen Daily and law Professor Buzz Thompson. Rebecca has worked mostly internationally (particularly in Latin America) both for TNC and for the Inter-American Development Bank. In North Carolina, she is using science to help support new strategies and initiatives, particularly freshwater, in the State to help expand conservation efforts and to engage new people in conservation.

Full article: http://blog.nature.org/science/2013/04/30/what-does-the-s...

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