Nicholas School Blogs

SOS: Sucking Oxygen out of the Sea

About half of the world’s photosynthesis, known as net primary production, occurs in the sea.  

The Stanback Internship Program

One of the most unique parts of being an undergraduate in the Nicholas School is the opportunity to participate in […]

Full Report: Clean Energy Trek to California

Following up on my last post, I have since returned from San Francisco. The experience that I had with my […]

Introduction: Clean Energy Trek to California

As I’m sitting up in my bed on the first night of the Nicholas Clean Energy Tech trip, I’m joined […]

An unforgettable moment…

Limahuli National Botanical Gardens is a 1,000 acre preserve set in place to maintain the purity of the Limahuli stream […]

Poi Day

A few of us rose before dawn and loaded into Carlhey and Rebecca’s van, groggy but eager. Each Thursday, the […]

Sustainability through Native Hawaiian Taro Plant Farming Practices

Operating as a community-based non-profit program, the Waipa Foundation in Hanalei Bay in Kauai, Hawaii, works exhaustively to honor and […]

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