Faith Gemmill to Speak About Energy Extraction in Alaska (April 13, 2018)
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New Method Unearths Climate Data from Ancient Soils (March 2, 2018)
- 2020 Vision For a Greener UConnThis article was written by Richard Miller, Director of Environmental Policy. It also appeared in the Daily Campus on April 19, 2018. As the events of UConn’s Environmental Metanoia continue to unfold this month, providing students with dozens of opportunities for learning, reflecting and talking about issues like solar power, water quality, environmental justice and […]
- Coffee and Climate ChangeAfter a frustrating series of snowed-out Wednesdays, the cohort of students who attended COP23 were finally able to host the annual Climate Change cafe, held recently at the Student Union. UConn@COP23 fellows shared their experiences at this year’s U.N. International Climate summit, held in Bonn, Germany. Students from a wide variety of academic majors visited […]
- 5 Women Who Have Revolutionized the Environmental MovementActivists. Scientists. Scholars. Mothers. Writers. Women have been contributing to the environmental movement since its humble beginnings. Women have been disdained, excluded, jailed, and even murdered for working towards environmental progress, yet they still fight on. In honor of Women’s History Month, we have compiled profiles of revolutionary women from across the spectrum of the […]
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