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In a recent webinar, researchers discussed communities in Guatemala that sustainably manage the local forest, creating jobs and income while controlling fires and narcotrafficking.
She uses her Sustainability Management degree every day as the town’s sustainability and compliance manager.
This year’s Clinic on Conflict and Collaboration in Natural Resource Management focused on the Bears Ears National Monument, conducting research to explore how the management of public lands contributes to peace and conflict among stakeholders in the region.
Compound risk — when multiple risks occur simultaneously, or one after another — was the topic of a recent discussion as part of the Resilience Media Project, a part of the Initiative on Communication and Sustainability at the Earth Institute.
The M.S. in Sustainability Management program is excited to celebrate its tenth anniversary this fall. Learn more about its history and future.
If we believe in our future and in our ability to come back from this catastrophe, the environmental bond act deserves our continued support.
Ten years ago today, the broken pipeline from Deepwater Horizon was finally capped after spewing 168 million gallons into the Gulf of Mexico over 87 long days.
A Q&A with Jeffrey Schlegelmilch, author of a new book on potential future calamities, and how they may play off one another.
New research analyzes how four countries are utilizing individually tailored platforms to develop economically and sustainably.