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Rather than solely focusing on fisheries management, MACH sought to increase the sustainable productivity of all floodplain resources, including fish, plants, and wildlife, over an entire floodplain ecosystem.
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Third Session of the Plenary of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES-3) will be held on January 12-17, 2015 in Bonn, Germany. Among the agenda to be discussed at the meeting is the , to which I have contributed as a member of the expert group.
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Bio: Matthew A. Shapiro is an Associate Professor of Political Science, Lewis College of Human Sciences, Illinois Institute of Technology. He was trained in political science, economics, and public policy at the University of California at San Diego (B.A.) and the University of Southern California (M.A. & Ph.D). He also earned an M.A. in Korean Studies at Yonsei University’s Graduate School of International Studies in Seoul, having won a Woojung Scholarship to study there. Dr. Shapiro’s published and ongoing research lies at the intersection between economics and public policy. More specifically, he attempts to understand how national innovation systems are formed and contribute to sustainable development, how climate change is addressed and impacted by relevant policies and political forces, and how communications from politicians, scientists, and the media impact both of these areas. In political science, these concerns fall under the purview of science, technology, and environmental politics (STEP), information technology and politics (ITP), and East Asian politics. Dr. Shapiro’s work has been published in The Pacific Review, American Politics Research, Environment & Planning, International Journal of Public Policy, and Scientometrics among others. He teaches courses in research methods, public policy, political economy, and Asian politics for the Department of Social Sciences.