Understanding the role that venture capitalist investors play in funding climate-tech startups is just one of the goals of a new, two-year research project being led by Nelson Institute affiliate, and La Follette School of …
Nelson Institute Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE) researchers Tyler Lark and Seth Spawn recently presented to a National Academies of Sciences committee investigating the current methods for life cycle analyses of low-carbon transportation fuels.
Nelson Institute Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE) researcher Tyler Lark contributed to two recently published papers highlighting the impacts of turning grasslands into cropland.
New research from Nelson Institute and Department of Forest & Wildlife Ecology assistant professor, Zuzana Buřivalová shows that the health of protected forests is dependent on the status of the areas surrounding them.
On September 5, Nelson Institute and Department of Atmospheric and Ocean Sciences professor Tracey Holloway was featured in the Q&A section of The Cap Times.
A Nelson Institute student-led project investigating air quality in the capital city of Kampala, Uganda is receiving high-level national attention and is contributing to the first Kampala Clean Air Action Plan and the National Environment Air Quality Standards and Regulations.
Making the climate crisis more tangible, relatable, and local is an urgent goal for Nelson Institute alumnus, Vijay Limaye.
This fellowship recognizes the leadership of Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) Trustee President H.I. Romnes and supports selected faculty up to six years past their first promotion to a tenured position. The research award may be used over a period of five years.
Fossil fuel phase-out is at the heart of Morgan Edwards’ research. A Nelson Institute Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE) member and assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s La Follette School of …
Aparna Phalke, a PhD candidate in the Nelson Institute Environment and Resources (ER) program, recently received international recognition for her work in developing a high-resolution cropland area map of Europe, the Middle East, Russia, and Central Asia.
Holly Gibbs, an associate professor in the Nelson Institute Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE) and Department of Geography, was recently featured in The Economist. The article, titled “How big beef and soya …
Get to know faculty members Zuzana Burivalova and Grace Bulltail, affiliates of the Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment.