Azura employee Rebecca Ingram attended the Conservation Marketing Virtual Conference in October. The event offered three days of live talks, keynote speeches, and plenty of discussion centered on research that uses social marketing strategies to influence public behavior to help advance environmental conservation goals. Social marketing is defined as a process that uses traditional marketing […]
These Girl Scout Juniors from Dallas, Texas share some great information on how and why to avoid plastics on Thanksgiving Day and throughout the holiday season. Thanks so much for sharing this important message, girls!
On Saturday April 27, Azura celebrated Earth Day with kids and parents at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. We partnered with the School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics at The University of Texas at Dallas to provide hands-on K-12 activities on geology, chemistry, marine life, space, physics, and more. For the third year, Azura’s scientists […]
Welcome to our new blog series which highlights the careers and challenges of female scientists! Why Women DOING Science? A new study led by New York University found that asking young girls to “do science” leads them to show greater persistence in science activities than does asking them to “be scientists”. Because these findings suggest […]
Azura was awarded NOAA’s ProTech Fisheries IDIQ contract to provide professional and technical services to NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA Fisheries) which is responsible for stewardship of the United States’ ocean resources and their habitat. Our Team includes experts in marine mammals, sea turtles, benthic habitats, large-scale program and project management, coastal environmental management, […]