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New book profiles Seacology’s work

March 16, 2015

Seacology has been featured in a new textbook, Cases in Innovative Nonprofits. Written by Stanford University scholar and lecturer Bruce Sievers and former Seacology Communications Assistant Henry Jones, the book’s 10th chapter describes Seacology’s model of trade-offs with indigenous communities, explains the importance of bringing local stakeholders into conservation agreements, why this model is achieving success, and how other groups can learn from what we’re doing.

The book is now available at Amazon (please consider shopping through Amazon Smile to support Seacology) and directly from the publisher.