Veda brought science communication experts to this week’s Salish Sea Conference. NOAA’s Doug Helton, film-maker Mike Parfit, Coastal Training Program’s Cathy Angell and Scientist-turned-filmmaker Randy Olson hit it out of the park. It’s all in how you tell the story - visit veda to learn more.
Ocean plastic — what can you do about it Check out this video from Lonely Whale Foundation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q91-23B8yCg&sns=em. (Photo: oceanpolicy.org)
Short tailed albatross the subject of a 2-day workshop that Veda facilitated for NOAA; exploring how to keep these beauties away from cables on fishing trawlers. Great work by government and Industry creating solutions!
Veda is acknowledged by AECOM for our work on Terminal 117 in Lower Duwamish River in Seattle. AECOM received an Award from the Port of Seattle for including small businesses on their team. 🥇
Taking a break from work on oil spill prevention in Honolulu. Annual Meeting of #OilSpillTF takes place this week.
Recycle those eclipse glasses! Astronomers w/out Borders. Mail to: Explore Scientific 621 Madison St Springdale, AR 72762 https://gizmodo.com/you-can-actually-do-something-good-with-those-eclipse-g-1798289914
Pin hole view of eclipse projected on white paper. Amazing event!
Veda is working with WA Ecology to figure out how to reduce nutrient loading into Puget Sound. Sarah facilitated a day-long nutrient dialog meeting with regional scientists to help get the facts out. More at http://www.ecy.wa.gov/puget_sound/reducing-nutrients.html
Cinquefoil growing out of a rock at Mount Rainier National Park. Wow, that's adaptation!