Fellows in the News

Mar 10, 2021
Nathan McClintock has received a large grant to study the social and technological obstacles and opportunities related to greenhouse development in low-income neighborhoods in Montreal hit hard by the pandemic. A team of engineers and environmental scientists will focus on how to maximize energy...Read more >
Mar 10, 2021
... A study published in the Geophysical Research Letter in October found the number of dust storms in the Great Plains region has increased over the past two decades, due in part to more frequent droughts and agricultural expansion. The study didn’t include data on New Mexico, but University of...Read more >
Mar 10, 2021
Summary An analysis of stream mitigation banking and the challenges of implementing market-based approaches to environmental conservation. Market-based approaches to environmental conservation have been increasingly prevalent since the early 1990s. The goal of these markets is to reduce...Read more >
Mar 10, 2021
Ayana Elizabeth Johnson was recently interviewed by Gina McCarthy for a profile as one of the leaders selected to TIME100 Next 2021. When the dark consequences of climate change engulf our discourse, I search for a light that shines on the opportunities and potential for the future. That’s why I...Read more >
Mar 10, 2021
Christine Fuller was recently featured on an Atlanta news broadcast about how environmental factors, like pollution, impact the COVID-19 vaccine. Watch the segmentRead more >
Mar 10, 2021
Sarah Smith, Clean Air Task Force’s Super Pollutants Program Director, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC). She will be instrumental in driving their 2030 Vision that aims to put the world on a pathway that rapidly reduces warming the near-term...Read more >
Mar 6, 2021
Xantha Bruso is now Principal in the Energy Services group at The Cadmus Group, where she'll manage experts on the Strategic Electrification team to provide planning, market research, implementation, and evaluation services to a range of public and private sector clients. Visit her LinkedIn profileRead more >
Mar 6, 2021
Henry Herndon was one of the featured guests on a recent episode of New Hampshire Public Radio's The Exchange, talking about community power. Listen to the episodeRead more >
Feb 6, 2021
Late last year, Princeton researchers released a major study modeling different ways the U.S. could reduce its net emissions to zero by 2050 — a target that has been advanced by scientists, and countries around the world, as our best hope for limiting the worst effects of climate change. The models...Read more >
Feb 6, 2021
How is the earth changing? NASA earth scientist Kimberley Miner uses observational science to study #climatechange ​ ! #MissionUnstoppableTV ​Read more >

Spotlight on Leadership

Conservation Development
As an associate conservation scientist with the Wildlife Conservation Society, Sarah Reed studies conservation development as a way to develop property by clustering homes and protecting or restoring...Read more >

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