Nicholas School Blogs

GEST by the Numbers

A look at some data from the 2nd annual Girls Exploring Science and Technology event, and thoughts on GEST’s growth and impact.

Geoengineering our Climate

Geoengineering climate garners support among those who have abandoned all hope that we will ever cut our emissions of “greenhouse” gases from fossil fuel combustion.

How much nature do you need?

camping, fishing, pisgah, forest, north carolina

In health class, we often learned about food pyramids. Whole grains are on the bottom, because we need 5-7 servings […]

Lessons from a Day at Sea

It was the first truly warm day in Malibu, California—nearing 70 degrees. The sun had come up early, and sunshine […]

North Carolina Spring Breaks

One of my favorite parts about attending school in North Carolina is being so close to the Appalachian Mountains to the […]

The Mamanuca islands lie west of the main island of Fiji. Serveral villages and over a dozen resort share these islands with the Fijian wildlife. The Mamanuca Environment Society is working between them on reef and dry forest restoration to protect and enhance the future of these communities Follow the story at @wildhopecollective

The Mamanuca islands lie west of the main island of Fiji. Serveral villages and over a dozen resort share these islands with the Fijian wildlife. The Mamanuca Environment Society is working between them on reef and dry forest restoration to protect and enhance the future of these communities.
#Fiji #travel #conservation #climatechange #restoration #forests #reefs #WildHope #drone #nature #art #color #lifesabeach #beach #tropical #paradise #island #ocean
Follow the story at @wildhopecollective

Delisting the Manatee

Sigh. These days it’s no fun to read the news. Most of the environmental stories are bad, and even the […]

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