Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Title Year Funded Principal Investigator
Mangrove Science for Action – How Threats and National Governance Shape Mangrove Conservation Outcomes 2020 Dominic Andradi-Brown, World Wildlife Fund U.S., Mischa Turschwell, Griffith University
Migration, Marginal Agricultural Land, and Tree-Cover Expansion in Low- and Middle-Income Countries 2020 Jeffrey Vincent, Duke University, Sara Curran, University of Washington
A Socioecological Systems View of Urban Green Spaces for Evaluating Use and Equity 2020 Christopher Lepczyk, Auburn University, Charles Nilon, University of Missouri
Does Current Science Support the Management and Policy Needs of Cold-Water Refuges for Salmonids in a Changing World? 2020 Francine Mejia, U.S. Geological Survey, Valerie Ouellet, University of Birmingham
Financial Opacity and Challenges to Forest Governance in Indonesia and Malaysia 2020 Jonathan Sullivan, University of Michigan, Alice Lépissier, University of California, Santa Barbara
Workshop: Enhancing Graduate Sustainability Leadership Skills with Socio-Environmental Synthesis 2020 Nicole Motzer, SESYNC, Aleta Rudeen Weller, Colorado State University., Kristi Kremers, University of Minnesota
The Impact of Climate-Related Natural Disasters on Human Health 2020 Christopher Golden, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Ayesha Mahmud, University of California, Berkeley
Socio-Environmental Impacts of Large Hydropower Dams across the Global South 2020 Maria Claudia Lopez Perez, Michigan State University, Emilio F. Moran, Michigan State University, Sergio Villamayor-Tomás, ICTA, Autonomous University of Barcelona
Past Answers to Current Concerns: Historical Cases of Navigating Socio-Environmental Stress 2020 John Haldon, Princeton University, Lee Mordechai, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Understanding the Consequences of Changing Socio-Ecological Systems for Human-Wildlife Coexistence in the Americas 2020 A. Sofía Nanni, CONICET, National University of Tucuman, Tara Teel, Colorado State University

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