Helping to create a more sustainable fashion industry is a goal of Nelson Institute undergraduate student Grace Klein.
The Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies is honored to announce the newly established Sandi and Dan Heim Environmental Studies Scholarship, an estate gift that will annually support one future undergraduate Environmental Studies student.
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.
Beginning college without knowing what to major in is a challenge many students face, including undergraduate Nelson Institute student, Isaac Eskind.
“Linking knowledge to action.”
This is the phrase Environmental Observation and Informatics (EOI) graduate Grace Stonecipher says is the embodiment of her time at the Nelson Institute.
From the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes, Nelson Institute student Lisa Scobel is working to keep waterways free of plastic pollution.
As much of Wisconsin experiences abnormally dry conditions this year, Department of Agronomy Chair and Nelson Institute Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE) affiliate, Chris Kucharik is sharing his expertise and perspective in the Wisconsin Public Radio and Country Today article, “Experts warn drought conditions sign of what’s to come”.
Leaders from the Nelson Institute Center for Climatic Research (CCR) will begin investigating the role of clouds and aerosols (small particles in the atmosphere, such as sulfate or dust) in historical climate variability thanks to support from the Department of Energy.
On August 12, Nelson Institute professor and lead for the NASA Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences Team (HAQAST), Tracey Holloway will be sharing her work at a NASA conference. Holloway will begin her talk …
Making the climate crisis more tangible, relatable, and local is an urgent goal for Nelson Institute alumnus, Vijay Limaye.