Papal encyclical calls for renewed cooperation of science and ethics
Jul06

Papal encyclical calls for renewed cooperation of science and ethics

A guest post by Mary Evelyn Tucker, co-director of the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale and senior lecturer and research scholar at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Tucker wrote and produced an Emmy Award winning documentary broadcast on PBS titled Journey of the Universe, which is also a book from Yale and a series of Conversations with scientists and environmentalists. On June 18, 2015 Pope Francis...

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Humble pollinators – little keys to life on earth
Jul06

Humble pollinators – little keys to life on earth

This year, we learned a lot about pollinators, especially native bees, bumble bees and honey bees at the 2015 SEEDS Leadership Meeting in North End, Md.

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ESA commends Pope Francis for encyclical on the environment
Jun29

ESA commends Pope Francis for encyclical on the environment

Addressed to everyone on this planet, the letter issued on 18 June 2015 is an eloquent plea for responsible Earth stewardship.

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SEEDing a peer network for all students: an interview with SEEDS alumna Betsabé Castro
Jun01

SEEDing a peer network for all students: an interview with SEEDS alumna Betsabé Castro

SEEDS alumna Betsabé Castro is a recipient of prestigious 2015 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Award. Castro completed her BS at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, and is currently completing her MA at the University of Missouri, Columbia. She will begin her PhD program at the University of California, Berkeley in the fall of 2015. ESA’s SEEDS program is the proud recipient of a new 4-year, $597, 643 grant to develop...

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Fighting a fungal threat to Salamanders
Apr30

Fighting a fungal threat to Salamanders

Ecologist Karen K. Lips wants to protect wild salamanders from exposure to a deadly new fungal infection spreading through the pet trade.

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