2018 Cohort Member and CSP Alumna Accepted into Climate Reality Leadership Corps Global Training Samruddhi Kothari, recent graduate of the CSP program was accepted into the August 2020 Climate Reality Leadership Corps Global Training. Learn more about the program here.
CSP Faculty are at the cutting edge of Hazard Risk Reduction Using Natural Infrastructure Ast. Adjunct Professor, Borja Reguero, one of three speakers to present their research for a US Congressional briefing on natural infrastructure for hazard risk reduction, organized by the National Wildlife Federation and the Allied World assurance company. Read the report [...]
CSP Incoming student, Kalina Browne was one of several emerging Black, Indigenous, People of Color featured by Azul and Corazón Latino in "Hope in the Last Days of World Ocean Month." Read more here.
Watch: Galuh Arum, 2019 Cohort member moderate a webinar on Community Conservation Galuh Sekar Arum, a second year student in the Coastal Science and Policy Program, moderated a webinar on Conservation for Community: Getting to Know the Character of Communities around Conservation Areas. Galuh was asked by the Ministry of Environment and Forestry [...]
Watch a public online broadcast, starting Wednesday June 17, 2020 at noon, that features the Coastal Science and Policy Program's Director, Anne Kapuscinski, and three students speaking to the St. Francis Yacht Club. The pre-recorded talk is part of the club's weekly speaker series and features three of our 2018 cohort students (Celeshia Guy, [...]
Final Coastal Science & Policy Program Capstone Presentations On June 8th and 9th, 2020 the Coastal Science and Policy Program hosted our year-end capstone presentations. Each graduating masters student presented for approximately 15 minutes on their capstone project. To watch each presentation, please click on the icons below. Shakera [...]
Congratulations!Shark Conservation Fund awards 2019 cohort member, Rafid Shidqi, for his project Developing Local Conservation Policy for Pelagic Thresher Shark (Alopias pelagicus) in Alor Island, Indonesia Pelagic thresher shark (Alopias pelagicus) is one of the most landed species in Indonesian shark fisheries. The species recently reclassified from Vulnerable to Endangered by International Union for Conservation [...]
The Coastal Science & Policy program is hosting this year's Blue Pioneer Program Accelerator. The 2020 Blue Pioneers Program Accelerator will run as a hybrid online and in-person program between November 9 - December 12, 2020. In recognition of the central role that the oceans will play in Asia’s 21st century development, the Blue [...]
Monday, June 8th: Aquaculture, Fisheries, Species Modeling and Plastic Innovation 5-5:25 pm Safari Fang: Theory of Change for Sustainable Marine Aquaculture in China 5:30-5:55 pm Biraj Shrestha: Strengthening Community Co-Management of a Mekong River Fish Conservation Zone Network 6-6:25 pm Shakera Arnold: Ensuring a Sustainable Conch Fishery in Belize 6:30-6:55 pm Celeshia Guy: Understanding Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Antillean Manatee [...]
Congratulations! Mali’o Kodis wins Best Overall Presentation at UC Santa Cruz’s 16th Annual Graduate Research Symposia. View video of Mali’o speaking about her work with The Nature Conservancy on Strategic Retreat for Resilient Climate Adaptation below.