Green and White Evening in Seattle, WashingtonWho will help mitigate the risks posed by transnational environmental crime to environmental security? SPARTANS WILL.
Join fellow Seattle-area Spartans for a reception and discussion about global wildlife conservation.
Meredith Gore will highlight her recent research on wildlife trafficking in Sub-Saharan Africa, profiling student engagement and cross-college collaborations and considering how scientific knowledge can best be leveraged for public good.
Date & Time
Thursday, February 27, 2020 | 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Venue & Address
Woodland Zoo Park | 5500 Phinney Ave. N. | Seattle, Washington 98103
$20 per person includes hors d’oeuvres and cash bar.
Meredith Gore is a conservation social scientist, an associate professor in the Department of Fisheries & Wildlife in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, and National Academies of Sciences Jefferson Science Fellow with the U.S. Department of State. Dr. Gore’s research explores risky human-environment relationships, including wildlife trafficking, illegal logging, fishing and mining. She collaborates extensively with local organizations and communities around the world to help leverage the best available science to support sustainable on-the-ground decision-making. Transnational environmental crime has now become the largest financial driver of social conflict in the world, with severe implications for peace and security.
Learn more at: conservationcriminology.com
RSVP by Wednesday, February 19.
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