Wild Suburbia: More Mammals Than Expected Live Near People
Bobcats, coyotes, oh my: Camera trap images show that it's a jungle out there in the suburbs.
Leading a Global Conversation on Deforestation Through Remote Sensing
Remote sensing is unveiling new views of Earth’s surface and fostering an interdisciplinary project between Drs. Josh Gray and Erin Sills to help us better understand and track deforestation and promote more sustainably managed tropical forests.
New Program to Fuel Bioeconomy Launches
What do Reebok shoes, fuel and disposable forks have in common? All can be made from biorenewable sources instead of petroleum. This fall, we're welcoming undergraduate students and teachers as part of a new program to promote the bioproducts industry.
Sick and Tired? There’s an App for That
Dr. Jason Bocarro and partners working in public health and wellbeing are testing a revolutionary new app that communicates with patients and helps them fill park prescriptions for a more healthy lifestyle.
What’s in Your Laundry?
Dr. Richard Venditti has partnered with Cotton Incorporated and the Australian government's Cotton Research and Development Corporation to discover what happens to small particles of cotton, polyester, rayon and blends that are released during the washing of our clothes.
How Changes in Water Quality Today Impact Sustainability Tomorrow
Dr. Marcelo Ardón aims to understand the human and natural processes influencing salinization of surface waters and its impact on farmlands, water sources, forestry plantations and other coastal resources.
Environmental Assessment Now Offering Graduate Courses on Renewable Energy Development
Learn more about our new classes: Renewable Energy Policy and Economics; and PV Design and Installation.
How citizen science and open-source tech can create change
Caren Cooper, Forestry and Environmental Resources Research Associate Professor, discusses the impact of citizen science in a recent Red Hat documentary.
Student Leads Effort to Boost Recycling At D.H. Hill Library
Environmental Sciences major Kyra Levau spends enough time at D.H. Hill Library to know where the trash cans are ‒ and are not.
The 3 E’s of Developing a Bioproducts and Bioenergy Pipeline: Education, Economics and Excitement
Faculty from the College of Natural Resources and the College of Education team up to prepare students in eastern North Carolina for future careers in the bioproducts and bioenergy industries.