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  1. News Stories

    How Little We Know: Humans and Recreation on the California Coast

    | by Charles Colgan, Phil King, and Sarah Jenkins

    The California coast extends across 1,200 miles (3,000 miles depending on what is counted).  There have been extensive investments in understanding the physical and biological dimensions of the coast.  There are numerous world-class ocean science institutions in California furthering understanding of those dimensions.  However, there has been little effort to understand one of the key components of the marine ecosystem: human use.

  2. In the News

    How Carbon Offsetting Can Build a Forest

    Middlebury Institute alum John Edward Meyers, who earned his MA in International Policy Studies in 2004, recently co-authored an article for the Stanford Social Innovation Review on the impact of REDD+ carbon offsets in Colombia.