Bob Sterner

Bob Sterner

What is the change you’re trying to bring about in the world? I study lakes and how the organisms fit into cycles of matter and energy. I’d love it if more people, including scientists, saw it as a good day when data or other information caused them to change their...
Marla Spivak

Marla Spivak

What do you hope for? I describe my work as honey bee health and behavior. For my research world specifically, I hope we can rebalance our food and cropping systems, and landscaping practices in general, so that bees, monarchs and other beneficial insects can thrive...
Lucinda Johnson

Lucinda Johnson

What do you wish for? I connect the relationships between activities of humans on the land and the health of aquatic ecosystems in an attempt to understand how we can minimize stress to those systems. I wish we could figure out a way to engage people in a...
Larry Wackett

Larry Wackett

What’s the best part of IonE? In my work, I’m trying to understand how humans, like most of nature, can recycle wastes into a reusable form. If we can accomplish that, today’s major environmental problems of climate change, hazardous waste, and ecosystem damage...
Peter Calow

Peter Calow

What is the change you’re trying to bring about in the world? I assess the risk of chemicals in the environment – and I’m trying to persuade the world that science is a better basis for policy than...
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