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View Resource The Gulf Oil Spill: Economics and Policy Issues

A case study by Brian Roach, Jonathan M. Harris and Adrian Williamson, of Tufts University, of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, and the environmental, economic, and policy issues associated with the...
View Resource Learning from Nature: A Course in Biomimicry

This open source, semester-long curriculum by the Sustainability Leaders Network is for high school, university and adult learners. The course offers an introduction to biomimicry and how to learn...
View Resource On the Environment: A Podcast Series From the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy

On the Environment is a podcast series hosted by Center staff and students to better document the visits from visionaries in the field and to invite the larger community into the conversation about...
View Resource NIEHS Podcasts: Environmental Health Chat

This podcast series explores how environmental exposures affect our health. Each episode highlights ways researchers work in partnership with community groups to understand and address environmental...
View Resource Energy and Economic Returns by Crop Rotation

Energy and economic returns are presented from 2006-2011 comparing three cropping systems at the ISU Marsden Farm: 2-year conventional corn-soybean rotation and 3- and 4-year rotations that add small...
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