• Resources for Sustainability on Campuses
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    Resources for Sustainability on Campuses

    Interested in expanding your school's sustainability efforts? Use our resources list as a starting place.

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  • Fall 2014 Fellow Retreats
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    Fall 2014 Fellow Retreats

    The annual fall Fellows’ retreats in California and New England were full of new connections, inspiration and practice in sharing our stories and leadership experiences.

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  • Investing in Our Future
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    Investing in Our Future

    Switzer Foundation takes stand on climate change by voting to divest from fossil fuels

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Webinar: Water Quality and Environmental Justice in the Central Valley

The Switzer Foundation seeks to protect, improve, and sustain our natural environment for the well-being of people and the planet. We have provided funding to 2009 Fellow Carolina Balazs for her ongoing work on historical inequalities in distribution of clean water to disadvantaged communities in California's agricultural Central Valley.

Watch our recent webinar with Carolina, and read more about how her work has expanded recently to strengthen engagement between California’s Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) and communities facing environmental injustices.

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Fellows in the News

Nov 5, 2014
New strains of illnesses and resulting infectious disease outbreaks are on the rise around the globe, Brown University researchers discovered after analyzing data from the last 33 years. Bruised as...Read more >
Nov 4, 2014
Amanda Subalusky, who studies water quality, wanted to know if hippo poop kills fish when Kenya's Mara River floods. Getting good water samples is risky, however, because of the danger from...Read more >
Nov 3, 2014
LSU ecologist James Cronin and colleague Laura Meyerson from the University of Rhode Island conducted an ambitious large-scale study on the native and invasive species of reed, Phragmites australis,...Read more >
Oct 31, 2014
In the middle of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument, situated nearly 1,000 miles south of the Hawaiian Islands, Palmyra Atoll is an ocean wilderness teeming with rare animal and...Read more >

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