EVS Professor Dr. Barbara Wejnert, participated in a conference on "Women in the 21st Century Environment and Sustainable Development".
Our city of Buffalo, that rarely reaches 100 degrees, it is now considered a 'climate refuge'. Holly Buck was interviewed by CNN about what makes our city "A safe haven from climate change in the face of global warming threat" (CNN's Chief Climate Correspondent Bill Weir).
In the Buffalo News article "Plastics plant proposal faces heat from opponents at Lockport IDA hearing", Professor Lourdes Vera is cited denouncing the company citing a “peer-reviewed” scientific article that was produced by artificial intelligence as support of the project.
Click on the following link to read an article in UB Now about Frederick Law Olmsted. Professor Adam Rome offers his take on Olmsted's life and legacy in an upcoming Audible Original course.
Click on the following link to learn the actions you can take to combat climate change. Assistant Professor Susan Clark is quoted several times throughout the article!
Click on the following link for a Humanities New York interview with Adam Rome about science, climate change, and the environmental movement.
Click on the following link to read an article in UB Now about UB's venture into carbon offsets by partnering with a green-tech platform, UCapture. This article features our Assistant Professor, Susan Clark.
Click on the following links to read articles that feature Assistant Professor, Holly Buck in the Department of Environment and Sustainability.
Click on the following link to read an article featuring Dr. Diana Aga and her research with legacy pollutants in migrant terns in the Great Lakes Region.
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Click on the following link to read about invasive 'jumping' earth worms and their destructive potential featuring our Assiciate Teaching Professor, Dr. Nick Henshue:
Click on the following link to the UBNow story of coral reefs in the Carribbean featuring, Dr. Howard Lasker:
Click on the following link to read about Earth Day and its origins featuring our Professor, Dr. Adam Rome, who wrote a book documenting the first Earth Day 50 years ago: