The following games were created for a deep sea restoration workshop attended by deep sea biologists, economists, and other researchers. The purpose of the games was to highlight the existence of tradeoffs in environmental decision making – especially restoration. We also used these games to explore how people make decisions about consumption and conservation.
Submitted by JLDiMuro(0)21 September, 2012 - 11:28
The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) recognizes the value of incorporating nature into global business goals, decisions and strategies. A key activity moving forward is the development and application of appropriate tools for the valuation of biodiversity and ecosystem services.
Dow is currently seeking a Post-Doc to work on Ecosystem Service Valuation at Dow's headquarters in Midland, Michigan. The project will focus on the development, evaluation and application of analytical tools for ecosystem service valuation to various Dow-owned lands.
The technical services contractor who supports NOAA's Coastal Services Center is looking for a grad student (or rising grad student) who would like to spend the winter in Charleston, South Carolina working with economic data related to the management of the coasts, oceans, and Great Lakes. Please see the attached document.