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Ensuring coastal resilience for the Bahamas

A new Stanford-led study allows the Bahamian government to pinpoint key areas where investment in natural ecosystems could support recovery efforts and build a more storm-resilient future.

Investment in renewable energy could save tropical rivers

The key to saving the planet’s tropical rivers lies in investing in renewable energy technologies such as solar and wind power rather than building large hydropower dams…

Prioritizing Resilience: Stockholm Resilience Centre joins Natural Capital Project partnership

Resilience. From mental health to economic development, resilience is a characteristic that many have an intuitive sense for, but can’t quite define.

Interview with a NatCapper: Melissa Kenney

Interview with a NatCapper: Melissa Kenney

       We sat down with Melissa Kenney, Associate Director of Knowledge Initiatives at the University of Minnesota's Institute on the Environment (IonE) to talk environmental decision science, fostering interdisciplinary research,...

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