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Nanki Singh

THE FORESTS OF INDIA: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE By Nanki Singh   INTRODUCTION India, the peninsular country in the South East…

Margaret K. Overton

The Rebel Alliance is on Twitter: The Role of Science and Media in Politics and Activism By Margaret K. Overton ABSTRACT…

Mary Osborn

Communicating Science in a Culturally Relevant Way to Enhance Environmental Action by Mary Osborn Abstract: The goal of culturally relevant…

Kevin Bhimani

Tesla, Solar Energy, and the Next Wave of Innovation in the 21st Century By Kevin Bhimani Since the start of…

Ryan Bronstein

How to Respond to a Water Crisis by Ryan Bronstein Water is the epitome of the Anthropocene. Nothing in this…

Riley Cohen

Keystone XL Pipeline Analysis and Timeline by Riley Cohen Abstract: For my final project, I have decided to take up the…

Brielle Tobin

Killing yet Saving: Hunting as Conservation, Community, and Culture By Brielle Tobin Envision a woman completely alone, waiting in a…

Victoria Grant

Back on Top By Victoria Grant “Wilderness without animals is dead—dead scenery. Animals without wilderness are a closed book.” -Lois…

Alyssa Cleveland

Across The Tracks: Green Spaces in Durham by Alyssa Cleveland Stop Motion Video Experiences and identity are integral to the…

Barbara Lynn Weaver

Good Roots: The Benefits of Outdoor Agricultural Education on Public School Students by Barbara Lynn Weaver Abstract: “We cannot always…

Jessica Marlow

Blue Sky, White Clouds by Jessica Marlow Artist’s Statement   “This is your captain speaking. We are approaching Beijing Capital…

Brandon Foreman

The Economic Consequences of Dependence on a Commodity: The Nigerian Oil Crisis by Brandon Foreman Abstract: This essay seeks to…

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