Wake Forest welcomes new Environment and Sustainability Studies Program Director, Julie Velásquez Runk

CEES Staff|2022-08-16T09:31:29-04:00August 16, 2022|

This month the Wake Forest undergraduate Environment and Sustainability Studies Program reached an important milestone in welcoming new Program Director Dr. Julie Velásquez Runk. She comes to Wake Forest from [...]

With environmental literature, English professor Meredith Farmer bridges the gap between two worlds

CEES Staff|2022-04-21T10:40:32-04:00April 21, 2022|

Some people think of the sciences and the humanities as mutually exclusive categories: Wake Forest English professor Meredith Farmer is not one of them. Farmer specializes in 19th-century American literature, [...]

Studying the past equips Wake Forest students to tackle today’s environmental crises

CEES Staff|2021-10-02T20:40:12-04:00October 4, 2021|

If you ask someone, ‘Why should we study history?’ they’ll probably give you an answer about how, by learning from the past, we can avoid making the same mistakes today. [...]

CEES Affiliate, Fred Bahnson, Awarded Writing Grant for Book on Contemplative Ecology

CEES Staff|2019-04-04T10:30:20-04:00April 4, 2019|

Acclaimed author and ecological activist uses the power of stories to reshape responses to the challenges of climate change Originally posted by WFU Divinity | Media Contact: C. Mark Batten [...]

UN forest accounting loophole allows CO2 underreporting by EU, UK, US

CEES Staff|2018-05-03T17:22:00-04:00May 3, 2018|

by Justin Catanoso Emissions accounting helps determine whether or not nations are on target to achieve their voluntary Paris Agreement reduction goals. Ideally, the global community’s CO2 pledges, adjusted downward [...]

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