ESA Policy News June 1: House energy bill restricts climate research, FY 2017 Interior bill cuts conservation funding, science committee convenes Zika hearing
Jun01
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Amplified spending constraints, political division necessitates policy engagement by scientists
Aug28
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Baron on earth stewardship and promoting a sustainable society
Jun16
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ESA Policy News May 20: America COMPETES reauthorization set for House floor vote, ESA GSPA winners visit Capitol Hill, NSF report analyzes STEM workforce
May20
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ESA Policy News April 15: California orders new water restrictions, EPA moves to protect pollinators, NOAA initiates algal bloom ‘early warning system’
Apr15
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ESA Announces 2015 Graduate Student Policy Award Recipients
Mar25
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Congressional briefing brings together former lawmaker, scientists to consider climate engineering options
Dec11
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NSF IGERT: Transcending traditional disciplinary boundaries to advance career opportunities in science
Jun23
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ESA Policy News May 16, 2014: national climate assessment, water resources bill agreement, drought initiatives
May16
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Ill-informed prophecies and the future of women in ecology
Feb17

Ill-informed prophecies and the future of women in ecology

In May 2013, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment published a controversial article on “The future of ecology: a collision of expectations and desires?” In this guest post, Nathalie Pettorelli discusses her own response to the Lockwood paper, in the context of the broader sociological literature on women in science.

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