August 11th, 2011
A study of the mammals of Luzon Island has identified seven previously unknown species of native forest mice. Many are from previously unsurveyed mountain ranges.
August 11th, 2011
In this video we speak with the Zoology Department to examine how humans impact ecosystems and the roll of Museum collections and research in evaluating that impact.
August 09th, 2011
Interns participating in ECCo's Ford Environmental Leadership Internship create a community-action project and make a positive difference in the environment and their own lives.
August 04th, 2011
Many indigenous artisans seek broad access to international markets for their handcrafts, but have difficulty achieving stable, long-term avenues for income generation. To address this challenge, the ECCo Andes/Amazon sustainability team has been working with artisans from Shipibo communities on the Pisqui River, in the buffer zone of the Cordillera Azul National Park in Northern Peru (http://fieldmuseum.org/explore/our-quality-life-programs-cordillera-azul%E2%80%99s-buffer-zone-begin-yield-results.) The 11 Shipibo communities along the Pisqui River, with a total population o
August 03rd, 2011
Posters and trail guides of some of the mammals of the Philippines.
August 01st, 2011
A supplement to the Synopsis of the Philippine Mammals website while it undergoes some changes. As of August 2011, includes pages for nine new species from the Philippines, the information will hopefully be incorporated into the Synopsis for the Philippine Mammals when the site is able to be updated.
July 25th, 2011
Fifteen Field Museum scientists participate in rapid biological survey of Michigan City, Indiana’s natural areas.
July 21st, 2011
ECCo staff help host successful Chicago Southland Green Drinks.
July 14th, 2011
ECCo's Calumet Plant ID Class Series provides plant enthusiasts the opportunity to learn local trees, shrubs, flowers, and grasses.
July 13th, 2011
Project: Transforming a vacant lot into a climate-friendly community garden where children can play