Media and Communications

ESA communications works with members of the press worldwide to inform the public about recent advances in ecological science.

 

⇒Information for authors and press officers

⇒Information for journalists

 

 

Latest Press Releases

Woolly Stars Need Catastrophes to Live

In the Santa Ana River floodplain, an endangered plant needs the effects of intense flooding to grow and survive in loose soil   March 19, 2019 For Immediate Release Contact: Zoe Gentes, 202-833-8773 ext. 211, zgentes@esa.org   A small, crunchy, … Read More »

Owls Against Owls in a Challenge for Survival

Researchers forecast interactions between two owl species and the quality of their habitat in the Pacific Northwest   March 5, 2019 For Immediate Release                                  … Read More »

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Communications Training

ESA provides periodic and invitation-based communications training workshops for scientists. Ecologists learn how to describe their research directly and succinctly and to respond to tough questions from the press.