POPLAR & IVY
1. Anthropologically Speaking
2. This Coast is Our Coast
3. I Am Not Poor.
In this Summer's edition of Poplar & Ivy, we take a more flexible approach and invite you to contribute your story surrounding one of three (or all three) themes! Your contribution may be personal or scientifically structured.
Poplar & Ivy's Spring edition will challenge the idea that research should stem from academic institutions and will put forth examples of unconventional career paths in non-traditional research that has shed light on global and local understudied issues.
Poplar & Ivy's Winter issue includes discussions surrounding local points of view from around the world representing implications of climate change and its native and global effects.
Inclusion & Decolonization in Science
The first ever issue of the Shackleton Research Trust's Seasonal Journal.
From India to Mexico to the Pacific Islands, read stories by renowned scientists and advocates and learn about their intriguing and passionate journeys.