Amazon Gold

Five Golden Rings … and an Environmental Dilemma

2018-12-19T10:47:58-05:00

December 18, 2018 by Kim McGrath | mcgratka@wfu.edu  & Alicia Roberts | media@wfu.edu Gold jewelry on your holiday shopping list? Before you buy that special someone a statement piece this season, scientists studying climate [...]

Five Golden Rings … and an Environmental Dilemma2018-12-19T10:47:58-05:00

Rainforest Destruction from Gold Mining Hits All-Time High in Peru

2018-11-09T11:00:31-05:00

By Wake Forest University Communications & External Relations Katie Neal ('03) and Alicia Roberts  (WINSTON-SALEM, NC, November 8, 2018) - Small-scale gold mining has destroyed more than 170,000 acres of primary rainforest [...]

Rainforest Destruction from Gold Mining Hits All-Time High in Peru2018-11-09T11:00:31-05:00

Reforesting the Amazon, a Live Interview with the BBC World Service

2018-10-26T15:03:18-04:00

As of 2017, thirty-eight percent of Peru's forests were lost to deforestation due to gold mining in the area. But there is hope. Wake Forest researchers have developed newfound ways [...]

Reforesting the Amazon, a Live Interview with the BBC World Service2018-10-26T15:03:18-04:00

Where Science Meets Storytelling: Wake Forest Students Explore Tropical Biodiversity and Environmental Journalism

2018-09-24T13:35:56-04:00

Wake Forest students on the summer 2018 Peru Tropical Biodiversity and Environmental Journalism pose for a group photo while on site at the Cocha Cashu Biological Station in Peru. [...]

Where Science Meets Storytelling: Wake Forest Students Explore Tropical Biodiversity and Environmental Journalism2018-09-24T13:35:56-04:00