Illuminating Hidden Harvests draws on contributions from more than 800 experts to shed light on the importance of small-scale fisheries to sustainable development.
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The Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions has merged with the Duke University Energy Initiative to create a new organization: the Nicholas Institute for Energy, Environment & Sustainability. Learn more about the merger.
The Nicholas Institute improves environmental policymaking worldwide through objective, fact-based research to confront the climate crisis, clarify the economics of limiting carbon pollution, harness emerging environmental markets, put the value of nature's benefits on the balance sheet, develop adaptive water management approaches, and identify other strategies to attain community resilience.
Before moving back to her hometown of Durham, North Carolina, Lilli was the project development coordinator for the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation's Green Infrastructure Unit. In this position, she worked closely with representatives from the Department of Environmental Protection and Department of Transportation on citywide green stormwater infrastructure initiatives. Before her work with NYC Parks, she worked for The Battery Conservancy, a non-profit organization whose mission is to revitalize The Battery—a 25-acre historic park at the southern tip of Manhattan.