Diving Deacs come face to face with conservation challenges in Belize
CEES evaluates the Dan River coal ash spill
Dan River coal ash spill 3D imagery
WFU SUAS lab enables unprecedented access to seabird colonies
New study implicates selenium in fish deaths and deformities
English students explore sustainability through place values
New Master's program to train the next generation of sustainability leaders
The Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability (CEES) at Wake Forest University serves as a catalyst, linking Wake Forest with the global community, to advance research and education in energy, environment, and sustainability.
We work on some of the most defining issues of our time and we invite you to join us in finding solutions to these challenges.
What's New with CEES
In an effort to train the environmental leaders of tomorrow, one innovative course at WFU focuses on how sustainability is woven into ongoing projects. Students enrolled in the course, “Green Technologies: Science and Entrepreneurship” collaborate with businesses and organizations to … Continue reading
It is a warm spring night on Lighthouse Reef Atoll, an isolated collection of islands about 40 miles off the coast of Belize. The 15 students of the Ecology and Conservation of Coral Reefs class and their instructors sit around … Continue reading
Richard Schneider, Associate Dean for International Affairs and Professor of Law will be leading the Environmental Law and Policy class in the new Masters in Sustainability this fall. Schneider serves as the Legal Chair for the North Carolina Chapter of … Continue reading
The Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability (CEES) announces funding opportunities for research, scholarship, and working groups related to energy, environment and sustainability as broadly defined. The grants we give seek to provide new opportunities for research and scholarly activities … Continue reading
John Knox, Wake Forest professor of International Law, advances the ideals of Pro Humanitate on a global scale. An internationally recognized expert on human rights and environmental law, he is currently serving as the first United Nations Independent Expert on … Continue reading