If you are attending the ICCB, please drop by to meet the "Indiana Jones" of conservation biology, Dr. Stuart Pimm.
Every year the world’s conservation scientists come together to share the latest scientific, technological, and professional knowledge. The International Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB) is conservation biology’s equivalent of the Oscars. It is the world’s biggest venue for conservation scientists. Thrilled with the results of our science-based conservation work, SavingSpecies president, Stuart Pimm, is heading to the preeminent event.
At the ICCB, Dr. Pimm will share our highly successful scientific approach to conservation. Given our successes (that supporters like you have helped us achieve), Dr. Pimm is keen to promote our science as a model for more and bigger projects. Of course, he’ll also be plugging SavingSpecies as a cause that relies on grass roots crowdfunded support.
Dr. Pimm was honored at the ICCB in 2006, when he received the Edward T. LaRoe Award. This prize is the Society for Conservation Biology’s highest award for excellence in conservation science and engagement with policy makers and managers.
If you are at the ICCB, please drop by and check out our exhibit, to pick up brochures about our work and to see the posters describing our science. Of course, Dr. Pimm would be delighted to chat with you too.