Discussing Marine Conservation with Phil Levin, Ph.D., of NOAA’s Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Around the globe, we spend an enormous amount of time and effort restoring environmentally damaged areas and preserving natural areas. How do we know when we are done? What does conservation success look like? At the January Queen Anne Science Café, NOAA’s Phil Levin, Ph.D., discussed how our perceptions, cultural biases and needs, and the limits on what nature can withstand are used to set meaningful and practical targets for conservation. Download the PDF flyer.