Equitable Distribution of Urban Forests in Durham’s Historically Redlined Communities The Vicious Cycle of Redlining and Greenspace Urban forests offer aesthetic values and critical services, ranging from reduced energy use, improved air quality, community well-being,Continue reading
It has been of great interest among plant geneticists to develop other crop plants that avoid photorespiration.
With job hunt season at the Nicholas School upon us, here are three tips for environmental job hunting.
Recent press coverage of soil carbon sequestration on farms creates the dangerous impression that we can easily store a significant fraction of CO2 from fossil fuel emissions through better soil management.
With Duke Conservation Society, I recently had the opportunity to visit the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh.
When you first learn about morality, you learn that stealing is wrong. Macaques have no morals.
Four-hundred feet above tiny Singapore, we gaze out onto a green Pacific dotted with cargo ships as far as the eye can reach. Below, an industrial scene stretches infinitely westward, where crimson and navy shipping containers stacked one upon the other create a colorblocked maze, and the green silhouettes of cranes loom above the horizon.