Vanesa Magar, one of the PLOS Responding to Climate Change Channel Editors, is an associate professor in the Department of Physical Oceanography at the Centre of Scientific Research and Higher Education of Ensenada (CICESE) Baja California,
Juan Antonio Añel, Vanesa Magar and João Miguel Dias announce the launch of the PLOS Responding to Climate Change Channel. Today sees the launch of the PLOS Responding to Climate Change Channel. Channels are resources
Manuel Boissière, Douglas Sheil, Stibniati Atmadja, and Martin Herold discuss the Participatory Monitoring for Forests, Climate and REDD+ Collection, which investigates the factors determining the viability of local people’s participation in forest management and conservation. It is a
Measuring Forest Conservation Effectiveness – How Effective Are Tropical Forest Conservation Policies?
Scholars and practitioners have repeatedly called for more and better impact evaluation of conservation policies. The PLOS Measuring Forest Conservation Effectiveness Collection brings together a series of studies that evaluate the effectiveness of tropical forest conservation policies and
To coincide with the upcoming Climate Change Talks in Paris we announce the latest update to the Responding Climate Change Collection. At a particularly crucial time for discussion and policy-making around climate change, this PLOS Collection –
How are we reacting to climate change, why, and how might we act to mitigate it? Today we are updating PLOS’ Responding to Climate Change Collection, coinciding with a chance to ask climate researcher and
Highlighting research that focuses on efforts to on mitigating and adapting to the effects of the changing climate.
The impacts of climate change on global ecology, in its many forms and fields, are well represented by PLOS publications.
An amazingly diverse and far-flung group of 11,000 students signed up for Duke University’s massive open online course, on marine megafauna.