How Can We Build Natural Networks to Deliver the Deal With Stakeholders? – The Nature of Cities

Quite often city-makers who want to implement nature-based solutions run into many hurdles standing in the way of realizing their green ideals. But how do you tear down those walls? Effective co-creation is a path forward. More than half of the world’s population lives and works in diverse, bustling cities. And perhaps, if you are … Read more

Nature Trust purchases lands for protection near Keremeos provincial park, including iconic geological columns – Penticton News

Photo: Nature Trust The Nature Trust of British Columbia has secured some historical landmarks throughout the Similkameen Valley for conservation thanks to the help of many donors. Over 194 hectares of historically and ecologically important land, including the Keremeos Columns formation which is adjacent to the 20-hectare Keremeos Columns Provincial Park, has increased the size … Read more

Bayou Land Conservancy to provide LSC-Tomball students opportunity to learn from nature

Students of Lone Star College-Tomball will soon get a hands-on opportunity to explore the natural world outside the physical classroom, thanks to a partnership between the campus and the Bayou Land Conservancy. The BLC has agreed to build an outdoor classroom and to make other improvements to the 117-acre Arrowood preserve, an ecologically diverse tract, … Read more

Career in Criminology and Forensic Science

The study of criminology has changed over the last 30 years. The 21st century offers a reformed outlook to branches like Criminology and Forensic Sciences, which are intrinsically related to understanding the sociological implication of the crime backed by scientific evidence . Criminology vs. Forensic Science Criminology is a branch of study that deals with … Read more

Sun Science: How the sneaky nature of ultraviolet light works

ROCHESTER, NY (WROC) – Being exposed to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun is the reason we get sunburned from time to time. FUN FACT: Did you know that while UV rays are invisible to humans, some insects such as bumblebees can see them? UV rays sourced from the sun are subdivided into different … Read more

Georgia-related science and nature books to read this summer – WABE

From a trip to the headwaters of the Chattahoochee River in the Blue Ridge Mountains, to the underwater sounds of snapping shrimp in a Georgia coastal marsh, to a lab studying antibiotic resistance at Emory University – here’s a roundup of Georgia-related science and nature books from the past few years. If we missed one, … Read more

Organ Transplant Breakthrough Shows Human Liver Can Survive Outside The Body For Days

When a donor organ becomes available to someone in need of a transplant, medical personnel need to act quickly. It only takes a few hours to expand ice crystals to damage delicate tissue, leaving a window of less than 12 hours to assess, transport, and implant the new organ. This not only creates a tremendous … Read more

Advancing Equitable Green Infrastructure Investments in US Cities – The Nature of Cities

As we continue to make positive ecological, economic, and social impacts in each community, we have been asking ourselves how we can “thread the needle” and invest in vulnerable and disadvantaged communities while minimizing the negative impacts of gentrification and displacement. Dr. Ian Mell from the University of Manchester recently published an article in Frontiers … Read more

‘A labor of love’ | Revamped Delaware Museum of Nature and Science opens its doors to the public again | The Latest from WDEL News

To help celebrate a 50th birthday, a Delaware institution received an almost $ 11 million makeover, and is finally ready to show off – just mind the bones and scales. “Summers in the air. I love this time of year. The trees are leafing out, flowers are blooming. It’s all about rebirth and renewal. And … Read more

Newly Opened Museum Of Nature, Science To Get $500,000 From County – Town Square Delaware LIVE

Cameron Grundner got a gopher’s eye view of the Dryptosaurus Friday in the newly reopened Delaware Museum of Nature and Science. During the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the reimagined Museum of Nature and Science, New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer told the crowd that his administration is going to propose a $ 500,000 grant for the … Read more