Monthly Archives: February 2010

Action Plan on Ocean Conservation and Coastal Climate Change Adaptation

The second Action Plan was in some senses easier to deal with — partly because California, Oregon and Washington had already signed on to the Western Governor’s Agreement on Ocean Health. http://westcoastoceans.gov/ So it was possible to have the discussion … Continue reading

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Action Plan on Innovation, the Environment and the Economy

Working on the Pacific Coast Collaborative for a year was an amazing experience — in the sense that we were building a set of new relationships that crossed all sorts of boundaries.  We knew that the end-game needed to be … Continue reading

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Pacific Coast Collaborative Action — Vision 2030

While Friday Feb 12 for most people was red-circled on their calendars as the Opening Ceremonies of the 2010 Olympics — it was double red-circled on mine as the meeting of the Pacific Coast leaders. It was the culmination of … Continue reading

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Exploratorium…making science relevant

One of the real benefits of re-visiting the place of one’s graduate days is re-connecting with friends and colleagues from that era — especially ones that I’ve kept in touch with and enjoy. Bonnie Loyd is one of these friends. … Continue reading

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Another San Francisco urban publicway…

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Master's of the New Universe

Catching up on my reading backlog and came across a piece in Education Life — NYT Jan 3/10 called:  “Master’s of the New Universe”. Being interested in the post-secondary world, I follow the proliferation of various degrees with interest.  And … Continue reading

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