I often find that a personal connection to the lands that we so often speak of is best translated through poetry.
In Houston’s most flood-prone neighborhoods, hard questions linger in the background of any conversation about Hurricane Harvey and recovery.
I was curious to determine whether artificial trees were truly the green alternative versus natural Christmas trees.
The decision to shrink two national monuments not only threatens the current status of protected areas, but also reflects a time where land conservation is far from a priority.
My first chance to get to know more of the North Carolina landscape, and the rich history kept alive in Cherokee.
Duke’s Environmental Law & Policy Clinic offers non-law students like Alex Rudee (MEM’18) the opportunity to dive headfirst into pro-bono legal cases.
Good science storytelling can’t be at the expense of accuracy. But the science can be a powerful enough story on its own, if we can learn to tell it well.
I’m researching the organic carbon produced by algae. To collect samples of this excreted organic carbon, I push my algae culture through a filter with holes that are 250 times smaller than the width of a human hair.
In an effort to make the most of her second home, Micaela Unda set out to take in the beauty of the autumn colors in the North Carolina mountains.