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Stuart Pimm is awarded the Tyler Prize

Photo of the Tyler Prize medal

The Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement is the premier award for environmental science, environmental health and energy conferring great benefit upon mankind.

This morning sees the following announcement from Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement website.

“Two conservationists whose careers have centered on understanding ecosystem functions as the essential foundation for ecosystem restoration will share the 2010 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement.

The award, consisting of a $200,000 cash prize and gold medals, will go to Dr. Laurie Marker, the co-founder and executive director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Otjiwarongo, Namibia, and Professor Stuart Pimm, the Doris Duke Professor of Conservation Ecology at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.”

The Pimm Group is absolutely delighted at the news of this well-deserved award and we offer Dr. Pimm our hearty congratulations.

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  1. Fit Findlay says:

    The point of course is publicity for the overall movement – however, in this instance the award is richly deserved. Well done.

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