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Jul 22, 2021
Seeing animals and birds is one of the main draws of spending time in nature. But as researchers who study conservation, wildlife and human impacts on wild places, we believe it’s important to know that you can have major effects on wildlife just by being nearby.Read more >
Jul 21, 2021
The Switzer Foundation updated our fellowship review process this past year. The goals were to bring a diversity of perspectives into the selection process, involve the Switzer Network in decision making, and provide alumni with a new opportunity to engage and give back to the foundation.Read more >
Jul 14, 2021
Teniope Adewumi-Gunn combines her scientific expertise with her mission to help keep workers—from hairstylists to day laborers—safe and healthy.Read more >
Jul 13, 2021
Editor's note: This is an excerpt from an original article in the Grist Fix Solutions Lab by Sarah Hsu and Gaurab Basu. Read the full article here . Sarah Hsu is a fourth-year medical student at Brown University and a graduate student in primary care population medicine. She is a founding leader...Read more >
May 11, 2021
Children’s books can offer readers an imaginative bridge to the natural world in all its wonder, charm, and vitality. Sara St. Antoine's new website is a place to talk about the best of them.Read more >
May 10, 2021
Kartikeya Singh reflects that the Biden administration's first 100 days in office indicate "it has every intention to reestablish a social contract between the people and their government. If implemented well, this renewed social contract, with an emphasis on climate action and environmental justice, would be the best guarantor of U.S. national security."Read more >
Apr 28, 2021
Editor's note: This piece, written by Switzer Fellow Margaret Rubega, Robert Wyss and Robert Capers was originally published in The Conversation . Science is essential to solving many of society’s biggest problems, but it doesn’t always find a receptive audience. Today, when curbing COVID-19...Read more >
Apr 15, 2021
Sarah Smith's op-ed in The Hill urges the Biden administration to adopt strong methane standards in the United States' new Nationally Determined Contribution under the Paris Agreement.Read more >
Apr 13, 2021
On March 19, 2021, practitioners in the field of environmental conflict resolution & stakeholder engagement at the Consensus Building Institute (CBI), including Switzer Fellow Ekow Edzie, hosted a webinar for Switzer Network Fellows to share best practices and lessons learned about breakthrough...Read more >
Apr 13, 2021
Jessica Davenport's opinion article in the San Francisco Estuary News highlights the importance of equitable access to nature and community engagement in conservation in the Bay Area.Read more >

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