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Courtesy of Phil Freeman/WWF-Australia - The Peruvian government and key partners sign a Memorandum of Understanding that aims to ensure the viability of 76 protected areas (20 million hectares) in the Peruvian Amazon

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Call to lead: Jennie Chin Hansen talks to nurses

By Jennie Chin Hansen Reflections on Nursing Leadership May 5, 2015
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In an article published today in Reflections on Nursing Leadership, Jennie Chin Hansen, MS, RN, FAAN, inspires future leaders in nursing and health care and pays tribute to the leadership role nurses play every day. The former CEO of the American Geriatrics Society and nurse leader of more than ...

Fish 2.0 competition sees boost in Asia, Pacific applicants

Intrafish May 5, 2015
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With the deadline for the 2015 Fish 2.0 business competition just passed, they tallied up the entry totals.

It received 170 entries, up from 83 from the previous and inaugural competition in 2013.

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NFWF awards $1.58 million in grants for sustainable fisheries

By James Wright, Senior Editor SeafoodSource.com May 4, 2015
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The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) awarded 15 grants totaling USD 1.58 million (EUR 1.4 million) to aid in the design and implementation of projects that provide technical and practical support for fishing communities.

This is the fifth round of grants from the NFWF Fisheries Innovation Fund, a program ...

Unveiling NexGen CAO for discovery, conservation, action

By Greg Asner Carnegie Airborne Observatory May 1, 2015
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The Carnegie Airborne Observatory - "a mix of hi-tech mapping instrumentation and aviation bling...somewhere between Avatar and Batman" - is a unique tool for assessing forest health and identifying causes of deforestation. The foundation is proud to have supported the development of CAO's mapping technology, as well as its research ...

Is radioactive water worth worrying about?

By Alex Hutchinson The New Yorker April 30, 2015
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Moore Foundation grantee Ken Buesseler at WHOI has been featured in The New Yorker for his Fukushima research.

Fallout from the 2011 meltdown at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant took nearly four years to reach North American waters.

On a sunny lunch hour last June, Tricia Stevens and one of ...

Nurses share lessons in leadership

April 29, 2015
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In honor of Nurses Week, May 6-12, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation is proud to launch Lessons in Leadership: The Betty Irene Moore Speaker Series. Lessons in Leadership is a collection of 13 short videos featuring nationally-recognized leaders in nursing or health care who share the strategies that ...

Leaders share lessons in leadership in honor of Nurses Week

April 29, 2015
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In honor of Nurses Week, May 6-12, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation releases Lessons in Leadership: The Betty Irene Moore Speaker Series, a collection of 13 short videos featuring nationally-recognized leaders in nursing or health care who share the strategies that shaped their career and the lessons they learned. ...

Conservation and the Thirty Meter Telescope

April 29, 2015
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The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation has a strong commitment to environmental conservation. As one of the largest private funders for conservation, we are dedicated to protecting some of the most important land and marine ecosystems worldwide.

The question of a potential conflict between conservation on Mauna Kea and the construction of ...

Hyperdominance in Amazonian forest carbon cycling

April 28, 2015
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New findings from research supported in part through the Moore Foundation appear in the journal Nature Communications today, showing that just one percent of all tree species in the Amazon make up half of the entire rainforest and therefore store 50 percent of the region’s carbon. Moore Foundation grants (...

World-leading marine plans signed in British Columbia

April 27, 2015
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British Columbia’s Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP), a planning process co-led by the Province and 18 First Nations governments, today released signed marine plans for the northern coast of British Columbia. A significant step forward in the smart management of the Pacific coast of North America, the MaPP plans bring ...

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