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Is 'natural capital' the next generation of corporate social responsibility? - The Guardian (blog)

Is 'natural capital' the next generation of corporate social responsibility? - The Guardian (blog) | Ecosystem Services | Scoop.it
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Is 'natural capital' the next generation of corporate social responsibility?
The Guardian (blog)
Flash floods a year later took 4,150 lives and caused damage estimated at $30bn.
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Landscapes approach: a red herring or a boon for food security? - Forests News, Center for International Forestry Research (blog)

Landscapes approach: a red herring or a boon for food security? - Forests News, Center for International Forestry Research (blog) | Ecosystem Services | Scoop.it
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Landscapes approach: a red herring or a boon for food security?
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THE HUMAN POLLINATION PROJECT

THE HUMAN POLLINATION PROJECT | Ecosystem Services | Scoop.it

By adorning one’s self with a hand pollination tool kit the wearer finds themselves in an uncomfortable and overwhelming position; forcing them to imagine assuming the vast and tedious pollination responsibilities of the bee. 

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People or Parks: The Human Factor in Protecting Wildlife - Yale Environment 360

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People or Parks: The Human Factor in Protecting Wildlife Yale Environment 360 So do schemes like the World Bank system of payments for ecosystem services, and the United Nations system of payments for avoided deforestation — that is, REDD, for...
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superfundsalvage

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"mining the Gowanus with mushrooms."

 

Superfund Salvage is a research investigation into the possibilities for remediation and reuse of toxic soils. I am using mushrooms to mine heavy metals from Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal and transforming them into ceramic glazes.

I began this work a my thesis at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program. The goal of my thesis was to research and test a remediation model that differs from the EPA’s, where the toxins could be completely removed from the sediment and used in a product that references its origins. This blog is where I’ve been documenting my process, experiments, successes and failures.

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