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NOVEMBER 15, 2012
Deer, wolf and hunting: Professor shines spotlight of data on a durable debate
When the Wisconsin gun deer season starts Saturday, Nov. 17, some hunters will be wondering about the impacts of the growing wolf population, and the first wolf hunting season in more than 60 years.


NOVEMBER 15, 2012
Public opinion of wolves could influence hunt outcome
Illegal wolf kills typically spike during gun deer season, says UW-Madison environmental studies professor Adrian Treves, whether due to a sense of competition, fear, or simply increased opportunity. Will the ongoing public wolf hunt affect that trend?


NOVEMBER 7, 2012
Environmental leader to speak on "America the possible," Nov. 12
Author and environmental law expert Gus Speth will describe his vision of a more economically and environmentally sustainable future next week at UW-Madison.


NOVEMBER 5, 2012
Stirred, not shaken, lake mixing experiment shows promise
The question is simple: can a lake be cleansed of a pernicious invader by simply raising the water temperature? The answer so far: maybe, maybe not.


NOVEMBER 5, 2012
Survey offers a new look at Wisconsin logging
Wisconsin's logging business is following the same trend as many other industries: Fewer, larger, more mechanized operations.


OCTOBER 30, 2012
In the spotlight: Tess Arenas advances environmental justice
"Many students of color are not familiar with the depth and breadth of environmental studies; I hope to make a difference in that area," says Andrea-Teresa "Tess" Arenas, a Nelson Institute honorary fellow and member of the UW-Madison Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies Program.


OCTOBER 26, 2012
Community forum to focus on fracking and sand mining
Fracking, the controversial technology for opening natural gas deposits, will be the focus of a three-part Community Environmental Forum series beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at 5:30 p.m. in room 1106 of the Mechanical Engineering Building.


OCTOBER 20, 2012
Nixon's award-winning 'Slow Violence' gives voice to global struggle
The cover of Rob Nixon's new book features black smoke, drifting across a dreary cityscape. The title, "Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor," hints at grim topics within: radiation contamination, toxic drift, the destruction of ecosystems and communities to make way for dams or mines.


OCTOBER 8, 2012
Dayton Duncan to deliver first Jordahl Public Lands Lecture
Award-winning author and documentary film producer Dayton Duncan will deliver the first annual Jordahl Public Lands Lecture on Wed., Oct. 17, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.


OCTOBER 2, 2012
Northwoods partnership benefits today's climate research and tomorrow's scientists
For the second year in a row, UW-Madison researcher Ankur Desai traveled to Wisconsin's north woods in September, partnering with the College of Menominee Nation to bring students into the field as climate researchers.


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