Foundation News Archives: September 2019

Sep 30, 2019
Science and policy shouldn’t mix. Yet, in a recent TEDxUCSD talk, oceanographer and marine biologist Natalya Gallo spoke about the importance of scientists actively engaging in policy discussions — and how this powerful combination can solve the world’s greatest challenges.Read more >
Sep 30, 2019
This summer, the Trump Administration issued a proposed rule that would drastically change the environmental review and public input process for projects in national forests. This proposal would be the biggest rollback of NEPA regulations affecting forest management in over a decade. If enacted, this new rule would allow commercial logging, the conversion of illegal off-road vehicle routes to official U.S. Forest Service roads, and other activities across large swaths of land without preparation of detailed environmental studies and the opportunity for public input, writes Fellow Nick Jensen.Read more >
Sep 30, 2019
Ekow Edzie is a recent graduate of The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, the graduate school of international affairs at Tufts University. The summer after his first year at Fletcher, Edzie conducted field research on the land restitution process in Colombia using his Switzer Fellowship. He analyzed the unique challenges facing victims of land displacement in Colombia in their return to rural livelihoods and the structure of government aid intended to ensure their future success.Read more >
Sep 29, 2019
From Seven Days, Vermont's Independent Voice: Enid Wonnacott passed away peacefully from breast cancer, surrounded by her family at their home in Huntington on Saturday, January 19, 2019. She was 57 years old. Enid lived a life filled with family, friends, horses, sheep, chickens, ducks, dogs,...Read more >

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