ECWG Dinner: Hidden Treasure – Panoramic Photographs of the Alaskan Frontier by Topographers of the United States Geological Survey by Richard E. Schneider

ECWG Dinner: Hidden Treasure – Panoramic Photographs of the Alaskan Frontier by Topographers of the United States Geological Survey by Richard E. Schneider

Explorers Club Members, Associates/Friends, Members’ Guests and Non-Members’ Guest List You are cordially invited to the October 2021 ECWG dinner meeting at the Cosmos Club, w/ after-dinner presentations by Richard E. Schneider. About the Presentation Hidden Treasure chronicles a preservation project at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) that was full of unexpected discoveries. When …

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ECWG Dinner: Interdisciplinary intelligence mapping of illicit global environmental change by Meredith L. Gore

ECWG Dinner: Interdisciplinary intelligence mapping of illicit global environmental change by Meredith L. Gore

Explorers Club Members, Associates/Friends, Members’ Guests and Non-Members’ Guest List You are cordially invited to the September 2021 ECWG dinner meeting at the Cosmos Club, w/ after-dinner presentations by Meredith L. Gore. About the Presentation A scientific understanding of human behavior is critical for improving humans’ ability to predict and adapt to global environmental change. The type …

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“Godspeed, Los Polacos!” Documentary August 5th & 7th!

“Godspeed, Los Polacos!” Documentary August 5th & 7th!

A new documentary, “Godspeed, Los Polacos!”, just won the Best Adventure Film and Audience Choice awards at the Boulder International Film Festival. After claiming the first descent of the world’s deepest canyon, five university students from Krakow risk it all to fight for democracy. Film subject and ECWG Fellow Piotr Chmielinski (who went on to …

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ECWG Virtual Meeting: Melai Mai: Promoting Food Security, Local Food, and Sustainability For Island Communities Across Micronesia by Amanda Uowolo

ECWG Virtual Meeting: Melai Mai: Promoting Food Security, Local Food, and Sustainability For Island Communities Across Micronesia by Amanda Uowolo

About the Presentation Amanda will take us on a journey to the remote islands of Micronesia where she is working to promote agroforestry of breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis), a traditional crop for many indigenous communities across the Pacific. Amanda has been working with communities and partners across the islands of Yap and Palau with the goal …

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