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

2019-12-02T15:37:24-05:00

By: Justin Catanoso, CEES Affiliate and Board Member; Professor of Journalism at Wake Forest and career journalist with over 30 years experience. This will be Catanoso's sixth climate summit. COP25, [...]

COP25 may put climate at greater risk by failing to address forests2019-12-02T15:37:24-05:00

Carbon to Burn: UK Net-Zero Emissions Pledge Undermined by Biomass Energy

2019-06-20T10:41:27-04:00

By: Justin Catanoso, CEES affiliate and professor of journalism The United Kingdom and the European Union are setting goals to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. But that declaration is [...]

Carbon to Burn: UK Net-Zero Emissions Pledge Undermined by Biomass Energy2019-06-20T10:41:27-04:00

U.S. Subnationals Shoulder Climate Role in Bonn, Trump Sidelined

2017-11-20T09:18:19-05:00

by Justin Catanoso The United States government under Donald Trump now stands alone, a rogue nation. Aligned against it at COP23 in Bonn, Germany, is every other nation in the [...]

U.S. Subnationals Shoulder Climate Role in Bonn, Trump Sidelined2017-11-20T09:18:19-05:00

Fieldwork in the Peruvian Andes with Cassie Freund

2017-07-25T13:02:06-04:00

As a PhD student and CEES researcher, Cassie Freund is studying how natural disturbances—such as landslides in the Peruvian Andes—shape forest ecology and impact tree species distribution, nutrient and water [...]

Fieldwork in the Peruvian Andes with Cassie Freund2017-07-25T13:02:06-04:00

Sustainability Course Offerings Continue to Grow

2016-08-31T10:14:17-04:00

The fifth annual Magnolias Curriculum Project brought together ten faculty members on May 11-12, 2016, to explore extending sustainability education across disciplines. Ron Von Burg, assistant professor in the Department of [...]

Sustainability Course Offerings Continue to Grow2016-08-31T10:14:17-04:00

Ashley Wilcox Joins MA Sustainability Program Staff

2013-12-11T14:27:12-05:00

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 [...]

Ashley Wilcox Joins MA Sustainability Program Staff2013-12-11T14:27:12-05:00

Solving Problems Across Disciplines

2013-12-10T09:40:01-05:00

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 [...]

Solving Problems Across Disciplines2013-12-10T09:40:01-05:00
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