• 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

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    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.

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Bridie McGreavy (far right) and collaborators on coverage of dam decision-making

Fellow Bridie McGreavy is working with a diverse team to understand how news media coverage can shape the public understanding about important science issues. In particular, their research asks questions about how news articles represented the Penobscot River Restoration Project in Maine and the role of Penobscot Nation in the dam removal decision-making process.

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Dec 10, 2018
To fend off lawsuits over its plans to build a new city in the rugged countryside northwest of Los Angeles, Tejon Ranch Co. made a landmark concession to environmentalists. It promised a decade ago...Read more >
Dec 10, 2018
A pokey, pudgy three-person submarine will soon go on display in San Diego, and people who peer through its hatch are likely to ask: “Do scientists really explore the ocean in that ?” The observatory...Read more >
Dec 10, 2018
Scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) have discovered that two species of fish are...Read more >
Dec 10, 2018
Fellow Martha Matsuoka co-authored the chapter "Working Together to Clean Up Freight Transportation" in the new report from the Poverty & Race Research Action Council, Strateiges for Health...Read more >

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