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CEES Faculty Interviews Vatican Official on Climate Change

CEES Faculty Interviews Vatican Official on Climate Change

Top Vatican official: climate change action is a “moral imperative.” Justin Catanoso, director of journalism at Wake Forest University, led an exclusive Mongabay interview with Cardinal Peter Turkson. For 18 months, Turkson led the drafting of Pope Francis’s climate change encyclical, a document said to have helped shape the Paris Climate Agreement. In doing so, Laudato Si,…

Greenbuild Conference & Expo

Greenbuild Conference & Expo

MA in Sustainability graduate student, Nicole Schiro, shares her experiences from the 2015 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo held in Washington, D.C. As a lifetime learner, I’m always listening. As a future sustainability practitioner, I tend to absorb and gather lenses to aid the work ahead of me. The Sustainability Program at WFU is extremely…

CEES Faculty Reports on Climate Change & Paris

CEES Faculty Reports on Climate Change & Paris

CEES Faculty, Justin Catanoso, reports on Paris and Climate Change with Fox 8‘s Neill McNeill. Watch the video here.

A Time for Thanks: Nature and North Carolina

A Time for Thanks: Nature and North Carolina

“As we all prepare for the holidays and special time spent with family and friends, we reflect on some of the many things for which we are thankful. For starters, we are thankful that nature does not discriminate or judge any of us. Whether we are young or old, rich or poor, nature openly welcomes…

MA Sustainability Student Finds Energy Saving Behaviors Contagious

MA Sustainability Student Finds Energy Saving Behaviors Contagious

Khiry Sutton’s (MA Sustainability ‘15) internship work on energy saving behaviors was published in a journal by the International Facility Management Association, FMJ. As a sustainability research consultant for Carolinas HealthCare System, Khiry Sutton studied the success of a behavior-based energy-efficiency (BBEE) program at Lincoln Hospital. In the end, the results of the study demonstrated that integrating…

  • CEES Faculty Interviews Vatican Official on Climate Change

    Top Vatican official: climate change action is a “moral imperative.” Justin Catanoso, director of journalism at Wake Forest University, led an exclusive Mongabay interview with Cardinal Peter Turkson. For 18 months, Turkson led the drafting of Pope Francis’s climate change encyclical, a document said to have helped shape the Paris Climate Agreement.…

  • Greenbuild Conference & Expo

    MA in Sustainability graduate student, Nicole Schiro, shares her experiences from the 2015 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo held in Washington, D.C. As a lifetime learner, I’m always listening. As a future sustainability practitioner, I tend to absorb and gather lenses to aid the work ahead of me. The Sustainability…

  • CEES Faculty Reports on Climate Change & Paris

    CEES Faculty, Justin Catanoso, reports on Paris and Climate Change with Fox 8‘s Neill McNeill. Watch the video here.