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Featured News

These stories offer a glimpse of the many ways in which faculty and students are addressing some of today's greatest challenges in the Earth and environmental sciences.

A Passion for Place

E-IPER students write creatively about the places and people that contribute to their research.

Got Breadfruit?

An E-IPER student works with an interdisciplinary team in Hawaii to increase breadfruit's share of the global food market.

Silver Lining in the Climate Cloud

E-IPER's Joint MS students used their Capstone Project to develop business plans and policy ideas focused on reducing carbon emissions.

Melting Glaciers, Dying Trees

E-IPER student Lauren Oakes is designing an ecological study to understand changes in the coastal forest community.

Noteworthy Achievements

E-IPER students' work is recognized through awards, publications, and presentations.

Noteworthy Achievements: Communicating Discoveries

On the conference circuit, through publications, awards and fellowships, in courses and workshops.

Law and Science Mix it Up: Creating Policy

E-IPER Joint JD-MS students find strategic niches for preserving our land and oceans.

Balancing the Environment and Business: Changing Markets

Capstone Projects aim to sustain both the economy and the environment.

Small Steps to Sustainability: Changing Behavior

Line dry your clothes? Eat less sushi? What motivates people to change their behaviors for the greater good?

Got Questions?: Choosing Sustainability

Sustainable Advice for a Green Earth (SAGE) students take on complex questions about how to be green.