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Brian G. Dowling

California Trout | Taking Action Every Day for Fish, Water, and People - 0 views

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    Our roots at CalTrout are among passionate anglers concerned with the threats facing our state's unique and awe-inspiring wild fisheries. But our impact serves everyone - from tribal communities whose ways of life revolve around river systems, to an agriculture industry that feeds the entire world, to anyone across California who depends on healthy and sustainable watersheds.
Brian G. Dowling

Home - Vibrant Planet - 0 views

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    About Vibrant Planet Vibrant Planet is building a global adaptive management system to accelerate natural carbon drawdown, while mitigating immediate climate change impacts. The team's initial focus is restoring Western US forests to mitigate wildfire risk while stabilizing carbon, water reliability, and biodiversity through a critically-needed data foundation and tech platform that supports better decision making at the ground level. The platform addresses other related issues, including wildland-urban interface risk mitigation and land use planning.   
Brian G. Dowling

Biomimicry 3.8 - Innovation Inspired by Nature - 0 views

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    "Biomimicry 3.8 is the world's leading bio-inspired consultancy offering biological intelligence consulting, professional training, and inspiration. "
Brian G. Dowling

A Reading List on Bioregional Design - Joe Brewer - Medium - 0 views

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    "This article is meant to serve as a living document where I will curate reading materials on bioregional design and add new links as I discover new content. It is done in preparation for a workshop on bioregional design that I plan to give later this spring. "
Brian G. Dowling

The Natural Selection of Bioregions - Joe Brewer - Medium - 0 views

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    "In a word, the future of humanity (if there is one) will need to be bioregional."
Brian G. Dowling

Why Must We Design Our Bioregions? - Joe Brewer - Medium - 0 views

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    In the business world, there is an obsession with scaling. Investors repeatedly ask "How are you going to bring your idea to scale?" Environmentalists often ask a related question by seeking to change the minds of large audiences - by increasing awareness of ecological problems in the hope that this will lead to policy actions in the future.
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