Finding the Right Genetic Match: Science, Policy, and Prairie DogsJune 12, 2017
As a 2017 Carson Scholar, Alex Erwin has honed his communication skills to better explain the importance of science, public policy, and the reintroduction of the black-tailed prairie dog to Arizona.
Native Nations Address Climate Change Challenges with Tools of CollaborationJune 6, 2017
UA programs connect students, researchers, and tribal leaders as they address outcomes of climate change for Native Americans.
UA Hosts Interdisciplinary Conference for Environmental Studies and SciencesJune 1, 2017
The Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences brings together scientists and professionals from many fields to discuss of health, wellness, and the environment during their annual conference.
How One Mexican Network Encourages Local Food ProductionMay 29, 2017
UA researcher and 2013 Institute of the Environment Carson Scholar Laurel Bellante found that local and organic farmers in the Mexican state of Chiapas are crucial in driving the localization of food production, improved consumer health and organic farming.