With the Duke Conservation Society, I recently visited the Carolina Tiger Rescue, a 55-acre sanctuary in Pittsboro, North Carolina, that is home to tigers, lions and more.
Student life can get hectic so being able to take a short drive to the beautiful Eno River State Park is a wonderful amenity to have.
Two degrees. This has always been the focus, the threshold, the point of no return. At the San Francisco Global Climate Action Summit, a temperature increase of two degrees no longer seemed urgent enough. And it isn’t.
Several new studies suggest that air pollutants in general—gases as well as particles—may be responsible for widespread cognitive decline in the human population
We need to take better care of the members of our community by recognizing the different ways our identities impact our mental and emotional well-being and, thus, our academic and professional work.
The opposition to global warming theory would melt in the face of an experiment with five Earth’s receiving no treatment and five Earth’s with CO2 added to the atmosphere
On National Holiday Week, I took a trip to Shanghai, playing tourist in the vast megacity that Kunshan orbits.
The Nicholas School’s Duke Conservation Society and African Environment Initiative partnered to host a documentary screening of Gardeners of Eden, followed by a Q&A with Duke’s resident elephant expert John Poulsen
Conference poster printing tips to save money and reduce your travel load.