Agro-ecology in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil – Part 2

by Michael Wironen Smallholder farmers in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil face challenges providing for their families while also meeting the requirements of Brazil’s Forest Code. Participants in an Agro-ecology Atelier organized by the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics are working as part of a broader effort to […]

E4A Takes on Water Quality

This summer the nine PhD students and two MS students in the Economics for the Anthropocene’s (E4A) water cohort will be participating in a problem-based field course in Vermont looking at water quality issues in the Lake Champlain Basin. One of the goals of the E4A program is […]

David Suzuki and the Blue Dot Tour

By Christopher Orr David Suzuki has long been doing tours, speaking publicly and advocating for environmental issues. A Canadian icon, but also known on the world stage, David Suzuki is widely respected as a scientist and environmental advocate, as well as someone able to translate science into language […]

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