As part of our leadership in the conservation community, the Center for Conservation Innovation convenes a bi-monthly seminar where we open the doors of Defenders for anyone to come an hear from–and talk with–invited speakers.
EWN is the intentional alignment of natural and engineering processes to efficiently and sustainably deliver economic, environmental and social benefits (“Triple-Win” solutions) through collaborative processes. With recent advances in the fields of engineering and ecology, there is an opportunity to combine these fields of practice into a single, collaborative and cost-effective approach to achieve sustainable solutions. This presentation will offer examples of the many EWN collaborative initiatives and projects and highlight example efforts that support the development of more sustainable, water-dependent infrastructure. For more EWN information, please visit: [www.engineeringwithnature.org](www.engineeringwithnature.org)
WRI's 'Data into Action' strategy combines open data platforms, information and communication technologies, artificial intelligence, and human networks to drive more transparent and accountable management of the planet's resources. As part of this strategy, WRI launched Resource Watch - a free, open data visualization platform.