Fellows in the News

Jun 9, 2019
Fellow Dena Adler, a Postdoctoral Research Scholar at Columbia Law School and a Climate Law Fellow at the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law, follows up her Year One report on the Trump administration with Year Two.Read more >
Jun 5, 2019
Laura Wisland has joined the Heising-Simons Foundation as a Program Officer. Read more on Laura's LinkedIn profileRead more >
Jun 5, 2019
A green wave is sweeping through Washington, and it’s picking up Republicans who are eager to share their ideas on clean energy and climate change. Tennessee senator Lamar Alexander has talked about launching a “ Manhattan Project for Clean Energy. ” Oklahoma representative Frank Lucas, ranking...Read more >
May 2, 2019
Editor's note: Fellow Lauren Howe recently won the USAID Agrilinks Young Scholars Food Security Blog Contest with the following post about her work in Ethiopia with sweet potato leaves, which first appeared on the Agrilinks website . Research has shown that people may need to experience a new food...Read more >
May 1, 2019
The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) announces the release of A Framework and Tool for Evaluating California's Progress in Achieving the Human Right to Water. This draft report describes an approach for evaluating the adequacy of water quality, accessibility and...Read more >
May 1, 2019
In 2018 Fellow Daniel Orenstein helped narrate an interactive website for an EU-funded project he participated in. The ECOPOTENTIAL project uses Earth Observation analyses in the Israeli desert to examine natural and human-induced changes in the landscape and assesses ecosystem services for...Read more >
May 1, 2019
Fellow Nancy Steele has been chosen to participate in the 2019 Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy by the Arizona Center for Civic Leadership at the Flinn Foundation. The Flinn Foundation is a Phoenix-based private, nonprofit, grantmaking organization, founded by Dr. Robert S. Flinn and Irene P...Read more >
May 1, 2019
Abstract The Convention on Biological Diversity Aichi Target 11 requires its 193 signatory parties to incorporate social equity into protected area (PA) management by 2020. However, there is limited evidence of progress toward this commitment. We surveyed PA managers, staff, and community...Read more >
May 1, 2019
When it comes to sharing emergency information during natural disasters, new University of Vermont research shows how timing is everything.Read more >
May 1, 2019
Fellow Lauren Richter accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies in the Department of History, Philosophy, and Social Science at the Rhode Island School of Design. The position is also affiliated with the undergraduate concentration and new Master's in Nature-Culture-...Read more >

Spotlight on Leadership

Getting Real About Climate Change and Agriculture
On this Switzer Network News report, we learn about the intersection between global climate change and agriculture, why current "solutions" are inadequate and where we need to go next...Read more >

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