To help ring in the new year, the Nelson Institute staff welcomed a new team member: Christopher Kilgour.
In a record-setting cohort, University of Wisconsin–Madison’s UniverCity Year program will be partnering with nine communities across Wisconsin during the 2022–25 academic years and leveraging university resources to move forward their goals.
WICCI’s Agriculture Working Group addresses challenges and shares recommendations.
The landscape of UW–Madison is one aspect of campus that distinguishes us from our Big Ten rivals.
I’m happy for this opportunity to introduce myself and to write about the Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE), which has been my professional home for over 20 years!
From boreal evergreens in the north to tropical jungles in the south, the forests of our world provide humanity with the potential to be an important solution to climate change.
Yanhua Xie, a researcher at the Nelson Institute’s Center for Sustainability and Global Environment, has been working to build agriculture irrigation maps at a level that has never been done before.
The Nelson Institute’s Tracey Holloway was recently named to the inaugural advisory board of the Outrider Foundation, a Madison-based nonprofit that that addresses issues of nuclear security and climate change through multimedia storytelling.
It’s the circle of life – which is something Department of Entomology faculty member and U.S. Department of Agriculture–Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) research entomologist Shawn Steffan knows all too well.
“Is Lake Mendoza frozen yet?” Believe it or not, that’s a common wintertime question from alumni seeking reports from their alma mater (particularly alumni who have migrated to warmer climates).
Each year, the UK-based, climate-focused Carbon Brief website releases a list of the top 25 most mentioned scientific papers.