As the semester wraps up and I think often about this upcoming summer and my internship, I am also reflecting on last summer. I had the amazing opportunity to intern at the North American AssociationContinue reading
An entire movement has been born out of the desire to protect the natural world, prioritizing reducing emissions and institutionalizing sustainable systems.
The Introduction to Coastal Change class offers field trip opportunities, including traveling to Duke Marine Lab to visit Cape Lookout National Seashore and Shackleford Banks.
Between the food, waste and transit (along with so much else), I became enamored by London!
In honor of Women’s History Month, it seems only fitting to share about female environmentalists that have shaped the environmental movement and more that continue to do so.
I had the pleasure to attend the recent Climate Reality Project Leadership Corps Training, where I got to hear from environmentalist Al Gore and others on how to solve the current climate crisis.
In what feels like a never-ending era of environmental threats, degradation and budget cuts, the John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management and Recreation Act is a major victory in U.S. land and wildlife conservation
With job hunt season at the Nicholas School upon us, here are three tips for environmental job hunting.
With Duke Conservation Society, I recently had the opportunity to visit the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh.