Celebrated French philosopher Bruno Latour travels with Duke University Critical Zone scientist Dan Richter to the John C. Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory in rural South Carolina to observe how deep soil erosion gives a more nuanced view of the Anthropocene.
With cameo appearances from HECLab members!
In June, Jon Hallemeier went to Spokane, WA for initial training as a Conservation Connect Fellow with the National Forest Foundation. In this year-long fellowship, Jon will receive training in facilitation and other skills, engage with academics and professionals working in environmental conflict and collaboration, and help support forest collaboratives working through difficult social and ecological issues.
Jon Hallemeier ventured to Oshkosh, WI for the International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. The symposium brings together people from academics and practice working with the complex social issues involved with natural resource management. The theme of the conference was "Sustainability and the Land Ethic in the Anthropocene: A Thinking Community Explores Critical Issues in Leopold's Backyard." Jon presented research on novel ways to understand the outcomes of collaboration through narratives and networks.
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