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Working for Casey Trees for six months has not only allowed me to get a glimpse into the non-profit realm, but has also given me the chance to understand the […]

Collaborations across cities: Working to grow urban tree canopies

Working for Casey Trees for six months has not only allowed me to get a glimpse into the non-profit realm, but has also given me the chance to understand the […]

We are thrilled to announce Bard Center for Environmental Policy grad Lauren Frisch ’14  has co-authored the study “Gauging Public Perceptions of Ocean Acidification in Alaska”, a continuation of her master’s thesis research […]

Lauren Frisch BCEP ’14 Co-Authors Study in March Issue of Marine Policy

We are thrilled to announce Bard Center for Environmental Policy grad Lauren Frisch ’14  has co-authored the study “Gauging Public Perceptions of Ocean Acidification in Alaska”, a continuation of her master’s thesis research […]

With a bitter-sweet feeling, I left Washington, D.C., after spending the last 7 months of my life with World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s oldest and biggest environmental […]

A Panda experience in a memorable climate year

With a bitter-sweet feeling, I left Washington, D.C., after spending the last 7 months of my life with World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s oldest and biggest environmental […]

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