February 2004

Feb. 14, 2004

They don’t call it biocomplexity for nothing.

The future of environmental policy lies in embracing ambiguity – in the understanding that the days of dreaming of isolated fixes to problems are over. The future, a Michigan State University ecologist told those at the American Associate for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting here, is all about understanding that there are no simple solutions, or at least none that isolated.