COP25 may put climate at greater risk by failing to address forests

Mongabay|2020-04-09T21:19:31-04:00December 2, 2019|

Never have the stakes been higher, nor perhaps planetary politics or nature more unsettled, as participants gather for the annual United Nations Climate Summit. Indicative of a global sense of urgency, the European parliament just last week declared a “climate and environmental emergency,” urging EU countries to commit to net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

Ashley Wilcox Joins MA Sustainability Program Staff

CEES Staff|2013-12-11T14:27:12-05:00December 11, 2013|

In October, the WFU Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability welcomed Ashley Wilcox as the Program Assistant for the new Master of Arts in Sustainability. After earning a bachelor’s degree [...]

Solving Problems Across Disciplines

CEES Staff|2013-12-10T09:40:01-05:00December 10, 2013|

This past fall, undergraduate health communication and software engineering students were asked to work together to design an application that would improve accessibility around Wake Forest’s campus. A prototype [...]

Sustainability Through Place Values

CEES Staff|2013-12-09T12:35:33-05:00December 9, 2013|

Students in my fall 2013 Literature and the Environment seminar (ENG 341G) spent the semester exploring different sites of belonging through world literature. Their course work carried them through critical [...]

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