With my final papers submitted and my first year of grad school officially in the books, I left Durham for a little R&R in my hometown of Seattle, Washington. Of course, it’s not so easyContinue reading
On Friday, the “Biodiversity Days” conference hosted by the E.O. Wilson Foundation wrapped up at the Nicholas School. It was a two-day whirlwind of renowned speakers, invigorating discussion and inspiring stories about protecting life onContinue reading
Earlier this month, I had the opportunity be a part of “A Community on Ecosystem Services” (ACES for short) in Jacksonville, Florida. Through the ACES conference, which was attended by over 500 federal agency employees, academicContinue reading
Welcome to the Age of Trump. Few if any members of the environmental community expected the result that millions of Americans woke up to on Wednesday, November 9. Fueled by a surge of support fromContinue reading
To say that we’re tired of hearing about the 2016 election would be an understatement. It’s pretty much impossible to open any newspaper, magazine or blog site without being blasted by fresh Clinton and Trump one-liners fromContinue reading
It was the kind of Saturday that makes you want to drop everything and run outside. The sun was shining, the leaves were beginning to show their fall colors, and homework wouldn’t be due for atContinue reading
It’s not an easy time to be an environmentalist. Everywhere we look, we’re bombarded by stories about how the planet is falling apart because of us. Climate change is getting worse. A third of all speciesContinue reading
Wisconsin public land management currently falls short of providing appropriate and inclusive services to all of Wisconsin’s residents.
Over 31 recruiters from a wide range of sectors participated in the Friday event last Friday; only this year the coordinators fully pulled out the stops to make it a success: three career treks the day before and numerous opportunities to meet with with professionals and alumni. All of these events and interactions are to not only learn about current openings, and possible career options but also to glean advice on how to start or for many of our students restart our careers.
UNEP conducted a post-conflict assessment report in Bosnia and Herzegovina, reporting on the environmental and health impacts of the depleted uranium munitions used by the United States and NATO forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the 1992-1995 war after the breakup of Yugoslavia.