Events - Linwood Pendleton
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Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions Senior Scholar Linwood Pendlton will present "From Caimans to Carbon: Charting an Interdisciplinary Career," Wednesday, February 22.
Linwood Pendleton, senior scholar at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will deliver the keynote address at MSEAS 2016 on June 1 in Brest, France. For more information, visit the event website.
Linwood Pendleton, senior scholar at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will speak at a June 8 workshop held in honor of the United Nations World Oceans Day. Pendleton will speak on the socioeconomic impacts of climate change, focusing on social challenges in relation to the impact of carbon dioxide emissions and climate change. He will investigate how ocean and coastal socio-ecosystems react to these challenges.
Deep-sea mining is about to commence in the waters off of Papua New Guinea. Other South Pacific nations are eager to follow suit. In addition, the International Seabed Authority has awarded 17 leases for minerals exploration in the high seas.
Linwood Pendleton, senior scholar at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will moderate three panel sessions at the 3rd International Marine Conservation Congress August 14 to18 in Glasgow, Scotland.
The conference, focused on "Marine Science Matter," will examine marine renewable and non-renewable energy; climate, ocean acidification, and the changing oceans; advancing marine conservation through international treaties; effective conservation planning; marine tourism; and estuary restoration.
Linwood Pendleton, senior research scholar at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will present "Turning Value into Action: The Case of Coastal Carbon" at the Workshop on Ocean and Economic Policy in Tel-Aviv, Israel.
A lot of people’s livelihoods depend on the resources of the oceans and Great Lakes. Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW) is the only nationally consistent data set that is focused on monitoring the ocean and Great Lakes economy. These time-series data report the establishments, employment, wages, and gross domestic product for six ocean-dependent sectors. ENOW provides data for about 400 counties, 30 coastal states, 8 regions, and the nation.
Linwood Pendleton, senior scholar at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will speak at the international conference on the linkages between “Ecosystems, Economy and Society,” May 29.
The conference focuses on how large-scale restoration can stimulate sustainable development. It will provide a platform for scientists, practitioners, NGOs, business leaders and policymakers from both the south and the north to discuss case studies, best practices and share better insights on the potential of large-scale ecosystem restoration for the improvement of people’s livelihoods, jobs creation and socio-economic development, together with the recovery of ecosystems functionalities, continuity and biodiversity.
Linwood Pendleton, senior scholar at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will discuss what we can do to protect oceans and promote coastal conservation in Jakarta, Indonesia, April 17.
Ocean and Coastal Policy Program Director Linwood Pendleton will serve as the discussion leader of the working group session "EEZs: Governance and Developing a Sustainable Ocean Economy," at The Economist's second World Ocean Summit. Taking place in San Francisco Feb. 24-27, the event will be chaired by John Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief of The Economist, and will convene global leaders from government, business, international organisations, NGOs, think-tanks and academia to continue the unique outcome driven dialogue first established at the 2012 summit.
Linwood Pendleton, director of the Ocean and Coastal Policy Program at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will serve as a speaker at the AAAS 2014 Annual Meeting session Deep-Ocean Industrialization: A New Stewardship Frontier Feb. 16.
Industrialization in the deep sea continues to expand, perhaps at a rate that exceeds improvements in science and governance. In the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions' first Washington Forum lecture, a panel of experts will discuss emerging issues in deep sea governance, science, and industrialization.
There is a growing demand for decision-makers to better understand and manage human dependence on healthy ocean ecosystems and biodiversity. This meeting aims to raise awareness of these issues among decision makers and opinion leaders.
Ecosystem services valuation data is abundant, yet often hard to find. In this webinar, the Marine Ecosystem Services Partnership (MESP) hosts two organizations offering easily accessible coastal and marine economic valuation data. The National Ocean Economics Program (NOEP) and the Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem Services Valuation Database (GecoServ) will demonstrate their respective databases and discuss their latest work in the field.
In this interactive 'Office Hour' chat, Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions Ocean and Coastal Policy Program Director Linwood Pendleton will take your questions on marine and coastal ecosystem services. Is your project struggling to calculate the value of ecosystem services? Are you looking for successful cases of ecosystem service valuations in decision-making? This is your opportunity for guidance. Pendleton will also discuss outcomes from the August 2013 meeting in Bali of the Ecosystem Services Partnership.
Linwood Pendleton, director of the Nicholas Institute's Ocean and Coastal Policy Program, will speak on blue carbon during the University of Aukland's Research Seminar Series September 4.
Linwood Pendleton, director of the Ocean and Coastal Policy Program; and Megan Jungwiwattanaporn, research analyst, will speak at the 6th Annual International Ecosystem Services Partnership Conference. Among their topics:
- The Use of Ecosystem Services in Marine Management and Policy: Help or Hindrance
- Blue Carbon
Linwood Pendleton, director of ocean and coastal policy at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, is among the speakers at the World Oceans Summit in Capella, Singapore.
Linwood Pendleton, director of ocean and coastal policy at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will serve as a moderator at The Global Conference on Land-Oceans Connections in Manila, Republic of The Philippines.
Linwood Pendleton, director of ocean and coastal policy at Duke University's Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will present on marine ecosystem service databases during a webinar hosted by the Ecosystem-Based Management Tools Network.