Nicholas School Blogs

Recapping Our Ocean 2016: Forging a Global Sustainable Future


Recapping an amazing few days at the “One Ocean, One Future” leadership summit.

Nicholas School Students Take On Ocean Trash

Hi everyone. I’m Jackie and I can’t wait to begin blogging for all of you! I’m a first-year Master of […]

Whatever happened to peak oil?

The challenge of dealing with declining oil production will define the world we live in.

Back to School Eco Tips

It’s a new school year! Take this chance to make some sustainability goals: commute by bike, rent that iPad from Duke, and bring your own mug to coffee hour. See below for more tips and resources on how to “green” your school year!

Do Species Matter?

An increasing body of scientific work suggests that a diverse world—what biologists call high biodiversity—is a healthier world

Return on Investment of Protected Areas

The Fall semester of the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions and University Program in Environmental Policy Seminar Series kicked off last Friday with Dr. Paul Armsworth speaking about “The Ecological Benefit and Economic Costs of Protected Areas”.

Field Day 2016

The 25th instantiation of this year’s Field Day was a grand success, with Nancy Kelly suggesting ~250 in attendance! Organized by […]

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