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Sustainability Studies Program spends another summer in Madagascar!

Professor David Taylor reflects on his summer travels
[et_pb_section admin_label="section"][et_pb_row admin_label="row"][et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text admin_label="Text"] This summer, Dr. David Taylor (More)
A partnership grows with Clearwater
Croton Point Park, one of the most scenic places in the Hudson Valley, and located on the Eastern bank at the widest part of the Hudson River, was the gathering place for the Great Hudson River Revival, A M (More)
E grant used to boost education, minimize environmental impact
When it comes to being a college student, it's not always easy to minimize your environmental impact. While use of the Internet and other technologies like e-textbooks has become more common in recent years, most classes still require that you use at (More)
Documenting Cuba's cultural mission to help protect the environment
[caption id="attachment_283" align="alignleft" width="268"] José Oriol Gonzáles, the director of Teatro de los Elementos, speaking with Karina Pino of A (More)
Sustainability Studies Program earthworm research recap, 2014 edition!
During my first semester with the Sustainability Studies Earthworm Ecotoxicology lab, back in January 2012, I had seven brave students working with me. We wanted to examine the effect of acid rain on earthworm health, so we designed and ran the resea (More)
Sustainability Studies Program faculty member co-edits and contributes to new book!
Congratulations to our very own Dr. David Taylor, who joined the (More)
New EDP fall course offering: "Risk Assessment and Sustainable Development" (EDP 305)
[caption id="attachment_451" align="alignright" width="300"] A fracking site sits next to two deep injection wells owned by Anterra, a w (More)
Digging for answers
Have you ever heard of “earthworm ecotoxicology?” Earthworms are one species of animal greatly affected by the “stuff” put onto/into the Earth…since they live in “earth” itself! Stony Broo (More)
Beyond environmentalism: marching toward climatism
[caption id="attachment_184" align="aligncenter" width="300"] People's Climate March, NYC, September 21, 2014.

Over a month out from the (More)
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