Faculty and graduate students with the Nelson Institute’s Center for Culture, History, and Environment (CHE) participated in the annual Place-Based Workshop (PBW) where they spent two days immersing themselves in the history and culture of the region north and west of Madison.
Stephen Carpenter, a Nelson Institute affiliate, and a professor emeritus of integrative biology at the Center for Limnology, has been awarded the 2022 Blue Planet Prize by the Asahi Glass Foundation.
Even prior to the official start of summer on June 21, Wisconsin has experienced several heat advisory days.
Starting her career by writing about environmental issues, Mary Kate McCoy found herself wanting to do more to support conservation efforts.
Grace Bulltail, a professor in the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, is among those appointed to serve on a commission focusing on addressing violent crime within Indian lands and against American Indians and Alaska Natives.