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Anne Martin
alumni, climate, conservation, environmental economics, environmental health, environmental policy, marine studies, students, sustainability, water

Innovation and marine protection in Seychelles

When people mention the Republic of Seychelles, plush beach vacations most often come to mind. However, these islands may soon be known for something else: marine reserves. With the help of the Nature Conservancy, SeychellesContinue reading

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Anne Martin
alumni, climate, conservation, energy, environmental economics, environmental health, environmental policy, students, sustainability, travel, water

Environmentalism during the reign of Trump

What will happen to U.S. environmentalism during the reign of Trump? According to Trump’s “America First Energy Plan”, the administration plans to eliminate “harmful and unnecessary policies,” which evidently include the Climate Action Plan andContinue reading

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Is it possible to imagine a steady state? I have to believe it is.
alumni, climate, conservation, energy, environmental health, environmental policy, ESC, forests, marine studies, students, sustainability

Imagine

Eduardo Porter wrote an article recently in the New York Times titled “Imagining a World Without Growth”. Inspired by the Paris Conference on climate change, the piece addresses the proposal of slowing, and ultimately ending,Continue reading

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