Fellows in the News

Mar 15, 2023
As the nation looks to transition to more forms of renewable energy, the country’s millions of acres of public lands could be key, drawing concerns over how local habitats could be impacted.Read more >
Feb 27, 2023
“Across my research career, I have studied the adaptations, behaviors, and ecology of animals that are widely misunderstood and often vilified,” she writes. “Like me, all of these species fail to fit into many of western science’s rigid boxes and are thus misunderstood, yet have developed adaptations, strategies, and resilience to navigate their worlds."Read more >
Feb 27, 2023
“The state's settlement doesn't negate the fact that the project will have concerning impacts to rare plants and vulnerable serpentine habitats, while concentrating many more people in an area with a long history of wildfire,” Nick Jensen said.Read more >
Feb 27, 2023
Human–wildlife interactions (HWIs) are pervasive, and future global change will exacerbate negative outcomes. The authors present an expansion to the traditional conflict-coexistence framing of HWIs.Read more >
Feb 27, 2023
Meredith Niles’ research team at the University of Vermont conducted the first research to study the state's pioneering food waste and single-use plastic laws.Read more >
Feb 27, 2023
“Despite the evidence that environmental permitting is done on time and with little to no litigation while upholding environmental standards, the narrative that permitting reform is needed for clean energy deployment persists.”Read more >
Feb 27, 2023
“If you remove dudleya or if you remove other plants… you can have erosion which otherwise essentially destroys the habitat,” Nick Jensen said.Read more >
Feb 23, 2023
“Sustainable forest management is at the nexus of so many of the critical issues we face as human societies that must strive to live within Earth’s planetary boundaries,” said Dr. Hamilton.Read more >
Feb 23, 2023
Their book chapter is a review of what progress has been made in this field since the AZA published social science research recommendations in 2010.Read more >
Feb 23, 2023
“There’s never been a more dynamic or optimistic moment for the U.S. and global energy policy,” Jason writes. “The imperative to simultaneously grow and decarbonize our economy while strengthening national security is the defining challenge of the next 30 years.”Read more >

Spotlight on Leadership

Kendra Klein: Celebrating women in the environmental movement
Friends of the Earth is celebrating Women’s History Month by recognizing the contributions and careers of several women on Friends of the Earth’s staff. We discussed their inspirations, interests, the importance of women in the environmental movement and each shared advice for the next generation looking to be a part of the movement.Read more >

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