University of Vermont
Gund Institute for Environment.Taylor is the Director, and there are many overlaps and collaborations with our lab's work.
Basin Resilience to Extreme Events. Research Program to Promote Resiliency in the Lake Champlain Basin, funded by NSF.
Research on Adaptation to Climate Change. Five-year research project on climate and land use change in the Lake Champlain Basin and strategies for adapting to likely impacts, funded by NSF - EPSCoR.
Quantitative and Evolutionary STEM Training (QuEST) Program for Doctoral Students. QuEST provides doctoral students with the skills, knowledge, and competencies needed to solve environmental and global health problems in an ever changing workforce and research environment.
Vermont Complex Systems Center. Transdisciplinary group of faculty and their graduate students and postdocs who collaborate in analyzing, modeling, and understanding complex systems.
Alliance for Zero Extinction. Alliance of 75 NGOs to pinpoint and conserve epicenters of imminent extinctions.
CATIE. Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center, Costa Rica.
Economics for the Anthropocene. A graduate training and research partnership designed to improve how the social sciences and humanities connect to ecological and economic realities and challenges of the Anthropocene.
The Integrated Crop Pollination Project. A USDA-funded consortium to investigate and enhance native pollinators for U.S. crops.
Natural Capital Project. An NGO-University partnership to map ecosystem services, estimate their value to people, and apply this information to improve decisions.
Planetary Health Alliance. A consortium of over 70 dedicated universities, NGOs, government entities, research institutes, and other partners around the world committed to advancing planetary health.
Scenarios, Services, and Society (S3). A collaboration, led by Harvard Forest, to synthesize existing science, catalyze new research, and produce science products to understand and advance sustainable land-use trajectories.
WWF's Conservation Science Program. Diverse group of natural and social scientists applying research to conservation problems worldwide.
BioFinder. Vermont's spatial database on conservation features and priorities.
Lake Champlain Basin Program. Great collection of available data, including GIS layers, water quality, species, and climate.
VT Center for Geographic Information. A clearinghouse for Vermont GIS data and analyses.
Wildfinder. Interactive website for global data on species distributions, based on WWF's terrestrial ecoregions.
Fellowships for Graduate Students and Post-docs
Vermont Land Trust. Working to conserve farms and forests across Vermont.
TNC Vermont. The Nature Conservancy in VT was founded in 1960 and has since protected over 300,000 acres of land and more than 1200 miles of shoreline.
Xerces Society. A great NGO focused on invertebrate conservation, including pollinators.
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