The Gulf of Mexico Alliance's virtual tools cafe, “Tool Time with Dave,” offers an opportunity to learn about the latest tools and resources for the Gulf of Mexico through interactive demonstrations.
Nicholas Institute policy associate Sara Mason will lead a two-day workshop on how conceptual models can be applied to establish a common but flexible ecosystem services management approach to help ensure consistency in consideration of ecosystem services, standardization in monitoring, transparent sharing of ecosystem services outcomes, and stakeholder engagement for ecosystem services management decisions.
Save the dates for the 5th annual Energy Week at Duke: November 9-12, 2020. This free online event series—which will focus on the theme of “Upheaval and Resilience” this year—is open to students, faculty, and professionals across the world. Featured events include the Duke University Energy Conference (November 11), the Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition (November 10), and the Spark Career Fair (November 10). More information coming soon.