Exploring Urban Ecosystems and Social Science Research: A Conversation with Dr. Kathleen Wolf

Meet Dr. Kathleen Wolf, a dynamo in urban forestry studies at the University of Washington’s College of the Environment. With a knack for blending science and society, she’s not your typical researcher. Dr. Wolf dives deep into the jungle of human-nature connections, drawing from her roots as a landscape architect and environmental planner, studying with

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The Water Man: reshaping the water narrative through the crucial wonderful “Blue Mind”

 One-of-a-kind Dr Wallace J. Nichols, Marine biologist with degrees in economics, Spanish, policy, wildlife ecology and evolutionary biology, says he wanted more than science but “a problem-solving toolkit”. The core of his motivation is to reshape the water narrative, restore that value equation, not just its economic and ecological benefits, but the emotional value of water.

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