RTCA – A Helping Hand For Your Community

RTCA – A Helping Hand For Your Community

A helping hand for your community. Communities can grow from the seed of an idea. Great ideas can build great communities. Do you want to give your community something that will last a lifetime? Build a trail, create a park, expand outdoor recreation opportunities, protect natural areas. If your vision is related to natural resource […]

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How community-led conservation can save wildlife | Moreangels Mbizah

How community-led conservation can save wildlife | Moreangels Mbizah

I’m a lion conservationist. Sounds cool, doesn’t it? Some people may have no idea what that means. But I’m sure you’ve all heard about Cecil the lion. [Cecil the Lion (2002-2015)] (Lion roaring) He roars no more. On the second of July, 2015, his life was cut short when he was killed by a trophy […]

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Cultural Protection Fund: Bettany Hughes meets Syrian refugees becoming conservators of the future

Cultural Protection Fund: Bettany Hughes meets Syrian refugees becoming conservators of the future

Years of brutal civil war have ripped Syria apart, with horrific devastation to its historical and archaeological heritage. Hopeless. No…. No future. Nobody’s looking forward for a future. Your biggest hope is just finding food for your kids, whatever. But now, refugees from the war are coming together to learn an ancient craft, creating something […]

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Katharine Suding’s MacArthur Address ESA 2019: Resilience, Recovery and the Ecology of Change

Katharine Suding’s MacArthur Address ESA 2019: Resilience, Recovery and the Ecology of Change

(gentle music) – Katharine Suding is a leader in community ecology. She applies empirical and theoretical approaches to address both fundamental and applied problems faced by ecological communities in today’s changing world. Her presentation is entitled Resilience, Recovery, and the Ecology of Change. Please help me welcome our MacArthur lecturer, speaker, Dr. Katie Suding. (audience […]

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Could alien civilizations predict the fate of our planet?

On Earth we’re very concerned about developing a sustainable version of civilization, but the question we can ask if we step back and take the 10,000 light year view is, how do we know if that’s even possible? Unless the university is very biased against it, we are not the first civilization that has occurred […]

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