Center for Environment’s Summer Explorations engages students in environmental matters - The Stanly News & Press

The students waded in vernal pools to scoop up water scorpions and whirligig beetles. They confronted socio-ecological issues in an effort to better understand the ramifications of climate change. They pondered whether technology could save biodiversity. The Center for the Environment at Catawba College in Salisbury offered one-day Summer ExplorationContinue Reading

G-20 Environment Ministers Meet amid Summer of Climate Turmoil

Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: G-20 environment ministers meet in Italy, China dismisses a WHO plan to further study COVID-19’s origins, and Tanzania’s opposition leader is arrested.  Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: G-20 environment ministers meet in Italy, China dismisses a WHO plan to further study COVID-19’s origins,Continue Reading

Summer 2021 recommended reading from MIT | MIT News

As we enter the heart of summer, many of us will find ourselves with added time for relaxation and deep reading. The following titles represent a selection of recent offerings from MIT faculty and staff. Happy reading! Novel, Biography, and Memoir “The Planet After Geoengineering” (Actar, 2021)By Rania Ghosn, associateContinue Reading

Drone, vernal pools and more: Center for Environment has summer workshops for teens - Davie County Enterprise Record

Drones and biodiversity. Green Design. Vernal pools. Climate justice. Leadership. Wilderness survival. High school students can learn about these and other topics in a new series of one-day workshops offered during June and July by the Center for the Environment at Catawba College in Salisbury. Called Summer Explorations, the sessionsContinue Reading