Environmental leaders gather at Pace University to discuss regional water issues and plan for action… Read More Lower Hudson Urban Waters Summit Focuses on Water Monitoring Efforts
As a policy intern, Nadya Hall (Master of Arts in Environmental Policy ‘18) worked with the WCC to develop and implement a series of workshops, exploring how scientists, lawmakers, and citizen activists shape the future of wildlife policy.… Read More Student Spotlight: Nadya Hall’s Externship with the Wolf Conservation Center
Research demonstrates that the industrial livestock system, which produces 95% of the world’s meat, is a major source of the hydrocarbon methane — a potent climate-killing greenhouse gas that cows emit with alarming regularity. Who has the solution, farmers who say soil can sequester carbon, or vegans who say the only good meat is no meat? Science is weighing-in.… Read More New on EarthDesk: Climate or Cows: What’s the Answer?
Dr. Myles explores the concept of fermented landscapes, a framework for exploring the literal and figurative elements of landscape transformation vis-à-vis fermentation.… Read More On curiosity, confusion, and fermented landscapes
This Pace internship story is about a partnership between Pace Environmental Studies and Science and the Electric Ladybug Garden in Harlem. The board wanted to expand the garden in ways that made it accessible to more members of the local community. They asked us to answer the question: how do you grow garden access?… Read More Student Spotlight: Kat Cognata Partners with Harlem Community Garden
This is the place where we will tell stories about the Environmental Studies and Science Department and the work of its students, staff, and faculty. … Read More Welcome to the ESS Blog