MEM-CEM Brianna Elliott recaps her three semesters in Duke’s Environmental Law and Policy Clinic, discussing how it has been a keystone of her time at the Nicholas School.
Recapping Our Ocean 2016: Forging a Global Sustainable Future
Recapping an amazing few days at the “One Ocean, One Future” leadership summit.
An Uncertain Future for Hawaiian Monk Seals
A look into the complicated work on Hawaiian monk seal conservation.
conservation, marine studies, students
A Week of Lava Backcountry Camping
The seemingly endless stretches of lava in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park would lend one to think the lower reaches of this National Park lifeless, home to nothing more than some insects and primary succession growth.Continue reading
Hawaii Sea Turtle Management 101
Unwrapping some of the basic information that goes into developing a sea turtle management plan in Hawaii.
Celebrating World Oceans Day with Small and Large-Scale Approaches to Marine Conservation around Hawaii
As World Ocean Day approaches, small and large-scale conservation meetings around Hawaii provide insight into the many approaches to marine management and conservation.
Eating, Breathing, and Sleeping Protected Species
In the CEM program, we often assign each other to a marine species or ocean issue. For instance, in the class of 2017, we have the fisheries crew, the marine mammal die-hards, a few wetlandsContinue reading
Talking Trash with the Ocean Policy Working Group
Recapping the Ocean Policy Working Group’s annual Spring Symposium.
Collaboration on Sea Turtle Conservation in Peru
Greetings from Lima! I’m three days into the 36th International Sea Turtle Symposium, a conference held to discuss some of the latest and best research on sea turtle conservation and biology. It’s been a whirlwind experienceContinue reading
Recapping Day-to-Day Highlights from the Fall Semester
A recap of some of the best day-to-day moments in the classroom, around campus and in North Carolina from the Fall 2015 semester.