Nicholas School Blogs

The Greatest Management Challenge

As far as marine protected areas go, the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument is pretty unique […]

Loved to Death

With the (repeat) exception of Bubbie’s Ice Cream, Hanauma Bay is the first location to which we’ve […]

“I Like My Fish Like I Like My Women…

…fresh and a little fatty.”  This morning we simultaneously started late and early. Havi […]

Talking story with William Aila

It’s easy to recount the events of a day in a blog. We went here, we met with so and so and we talke […]

Finding the common thread: Community-based Environmental Management in Oaxaca, Mexico

Oaxaca historic downtown

Over Spring Break I traveled to Oaxaca, Mexico through a DEL class on Community-Based Environmental Management. In the midst of the unfamiliar food, music, and culture, I found a few common threads.

The Early Blossoms of Duke Gardens

duke gardens, flowers, blossoms, north carolina, spring

Duke Gardens is blooming with cherry blossoms, magnolias, daffodils, and so much more.

Watching people watching whales

Today, our mission was simple: to understand ecotourism, we became ecotourists. To that end, we join […]

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