“Chances are you’ve probably heard of the controversy involving a proposed mine near the Boundary Waters,” a voice echoes over the sound of howling wind as the camera sweeps over a dark, frozen landscape.
The Center for Culture, History, and Environment (CHE) is excited to welcome you to gather with CHE students and faculty on March 25 for our annual Graduate Student Symposium.
This is an exciting time for the Center for Culture, History, and Environment (CHE)!
Across the globe, climate change has put people, animals, and plants in a constant state of movement.
It’s not every day a working professional engineer trades their “PE” stamp for academia.
As an out-of-state student at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Aly Scanlon looked for opportunities to feel more at home in the place she was attending school.
Imagine biking 50 miles up a mountain carrying nearly 100 pounds of gear with only peanut butter, tortillas, and applesauce to keep you going.
About 80 miles northwest of Science Hall sits 538 acres of farmland.
The WICCI Human Health Working Group addresses challenges and shares recommendations.
In Human Kindness, John Francis shares encouraging tales from around the world.
Three Nelson affiliates partner on new teaching effort on Indigenous land dispossession
The Nelson Institute Issue Brief is a quarterly publication that summarizes and conveys up-to-date scholarship from across the UW–Madison campus on key issues of environmental concern.