Mark Aldrich

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An approach to assessing the environmental outcomes and changes in peoples’ livelihoods resulting from landscape-scale conservation interventions was developed for three locations in Africa. Simple sets of performance indicators were developed through participatory processes that included a variety of stakeholders. The selection of indicators was designed(More)
In 1948 roof falls were the number one killer of coal miners in America. While the Bureau of Mines had been formed in 1910 to improve coalmine safety, it had largely focused on explosions, for which technological solutions appeared to exist. Roof falls, by contrast, were not amenable to a technical fix. Beginning in 1948, however, the Bureau discovered roof(More)