Six years after the conclusion of its inaugural partnership with the city of Monona, UniverCity Year has partnered with 29 Wisconsin communities, connecting local governments with UW–Madison resources.
Like many other Indigenous groups, the Maya don’t view nature as a resource to take from, but as a collection of subjects to build reciprocal relationships with.
Our exploration crew has safely landed on the alien planet called “Earth.”
On the north coast of Trinidad, there’s a long, remote stretch of beach.
At the end of the spring semester, the Nelson Institute welcomed the newest member of the senior leadership team: Steph Tai, professor of law, who joined the institute as its associate dean for education and faculty affairs.
Nelson Institute environment and resources PhD student Sophia Winkler-Schor has spent most of her life fascinated with both the environment and Latin America.
Growing up in northeastern Massachusetts, the frequent winter snowstorms (and days off from school that accompanied them) piqued Jon Martin’s interest as a kid.
If Travis Blomberg is successful, only 10 percent of UW–Madison’s waste will end up in a landfill.
Hidden among the pavement and large buildings of many urban areas are small but sacred green spaces. From a young age Angélica Sánchez-Mora was able to appreciate both urban and rural living. Now, she works to help connect those living in urban spaces to the slices of nature around them.
Learn why one of Wisconsin’s most important native fish species is at risk – and what can be done to help.