• Moch research on China's smog
    Fellows in the News

    Fellow discovers potent source of China's smog

    Fellow Jonathan Moch's research published in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, CNN, and more

    Read more

  • Switzer Fellows in the News

    What Foods Are Better for the Earth?

    Fellow Nicole Tichenor Blackstone studied the link between environmental sustainability and the 2015-20 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

    Read more

Applications for the 2019 Switzer Fellowship are now open!

Leadership Story

Fellow Sarah Myhre is a woman, a scientist, and a climate advocate. Are these strengths in a climate crisis?, asked a recent profile of her on Grist.

“I think you can be both rigorous and objective and be human at the same time,” Myhre says. “And I have come to a place where I’m no longer willing to divorce my humanity from the science that I have participated in and am stewarding.”

Upcoming Events

Switzer Network

Fellows in the News

Jan 10, 2019
Fellow Ayana Johnson was featured in a "Strong Opinions Loosely Held" video on how ocean conservation is a social justice issue. Watch the video on FacebookRead more >
Jan 10, 2019
Fellow Ayana Johnson has started writing regularly on ocean conservation and other topics related to her work for Scientific American's online column Observations. Recent posts include: 9 Ocean...Read more >
Jan 10, 2019
In response to the growing problem of drinking water contaminated with per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), a new analysis shows that many states are establishing their own guideline levels...Read more >
Jan 10, 2019
Fellow Lisa Bunin wrote a report for the GRACE Communications Foundation on conventional and organic crop production practices called The FoodPrint of Crop Production (link will download report, 4.2...Read more >

A vibrant community of environmental leaders