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Environmental Science

Science provides a critical foundation for effective environmental conservation measures. Pew pursues a diverse portfolio of scientific projects to answer key questions and provide practical data.

Pew’s experts develop, support, and communicate scientific research and technical analyses that explain critical emerging issues, inform policy, and advance solutions to conservation problems.

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To Increase the Impact of Science, Researchers Should Partner With Decision-Makers

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Scientists should engage with decision-makers and stakeholders from the outset of their projects.

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Mike Beck
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Coral Reefs Prevent $4.3 Billion in Flood Damage Annually

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Protecting the top 1 meter of nearshore, shallow-water coral reefs can save countries across the world $4.3 billion in annual flood protection benefits, according to a new study published in the journal <i>Nature Communications</i>.

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Ocean Warming to Affect Antarctic Krill Growth, Increasing Risk to Predators

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Ocean Warming to Affect Antarctic Krill Growth, Increasing Risk to Predators

Climate change is affecting marine ecosystems, and reducing fishing pressure may help offset the impacts of rising ocean temperatures.

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The environmental science project develops and supports scientific research that help to explain critical emerging issues, inform policy and advance solutions to conservation problems.

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The environmental science project develops and supports scientific research that help to explain critical emerging issues, inform policy and advance solutions to conservation problems.

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