Science and Perspective

We all need a little more Science and a lot more Perspective

Voting and the Environment

Generally, voting in a #democracy is simply a matter of numbers. Politicians seek to gain the majority of votes. Party politics require this to happen for them to win their seat and for their party to win the election if... Continue Reading →

Conservation Genetics in Red Mangroves

Huge congratulations to Agnessa Lundy, who has part of her Master's degree work published on conservation genetics in Red mangroves. These a an important species in coastal protection and create fish and crustaceans nursery and spawning sites around the world... Continue Reading →


Cicadas in the USA are special insects that spend most of their lives underground and emerge once every 17 years or so to breed and disperse. the grubs climb out of the soil and up onto trees grass and walls.... Continue Reading →

Racism, Colonialism and Conservation

Please join us on July 8th from 3 to 4 PM in a conversation on the issues of Racism and Colonialism in Conservation. To register for the event, please visit the link below.

Sustainability facts

The future was made yesterday.Everything costs something. There are only four resources we have: Time, Space, Energy, and Matter. Ancilleno Davis, PhD Principal/ CEO Science and Perspective twitter: @SciPerspective Instagram: @SciPerspective

Global Reef Expedition May 6th 2011

May 6th 2011 NOOOOO! Time to leave already? But I just started. Well all research trips have to come to an end sometime. For the Global Reef expedition that is not for another 5 years. There will be more trips... Continue Reading →

Global Reef Expedition May 5th 2011

May 5th 2011 It does get cold though so once in awhile, a hoodie is a necessary addition to the shortie wetsuit. Yes, in the Bahamas 79 degrees Fahrenheit is cold J. Yes, I am showing off a bit. 42... Continue Reading →

Global Reef Expedition May 4th 2011

May 4th 2011   38 Reef building corals are the foundations of the coral ecosystem. Coral recruits are always big news. They mean that there is growth on the reef and these corals may mean the future of the ecosystem... Continue Reading →

Global Reef Expedition May 3rd 2011

May 3rd 2011 What? No pictures? Sadly, data entry is not very exciting and neither is sitting on a rocking ship. But cheer up! Tomorrow will be better and hopefully back to the sea and the surveys.  

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