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Dawn Wright

Chief scientist, Esri
Dawn Wright is chief scientist at Esri and is responsible for formulating and advancing Esri’s goals in the environmental, conservation, climate and ocean sciences. She is also professor of geography and oceanography at Oregon State University and has participated in several initiatives around the world over the past 20 years to map, analyze and preserve ocean terrains and ecosystems.

Contributions

Twitter
  • RT @HDR_Inc: Mark Roberts weighs in on landfill mining in the latest issue of @ensiamedia. Did you know landfill mining lowers g… https://t.co/548OXc67Nq
  • RT @MikeAugustyniak: It’s @ensiamedia’s #EnsiaLive! Tonight’s panel discussion is about people of different ideologies finding common gr… https://t.co/0B3aD5WYxe
  • RT @FreshEnergy: .@UMNIonE @ensiamedia @BenjiBacker “We can build strong economies and businesses with clean energy. There is time.” #IPCCReport #renewables
  • Last word from both #EnsiaLive panelists: "Vote!" @ckw583 @BenjiBacker
  • RT @jacob_herbers: Difficult for some to understand how lower class communities are more affected than most by environmental damages,… https://t.co/kxnFgnYZ8p
  • “I’m hoping the environment can be a bridging issue for both sides” @BenjiBacker #EnsiaLive
  • RT @e_borer: Having a conversation about the environment where you disagree requires humility and willingness to listen, not jus… https://t.co/51wcvDGfKP
  • We need to teach kids how to have conversations with people who disagree with them @ckw583 #EnsiaLive
  • RT @e_borer: If you want people to take action, you need to help them understand how climate change will impact them, personally. #EnsiaLive @UMNIonE
  • RT @jacob_herbers: Discussion on how we need to have a level playing field by eliminating subsidies across the board, while still enco… https://t.co/QceZLgeOaC

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