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…behave very differently with respect to how they are broken down.” Borch and Blotevogel previously published a comprehensive review of the biocide toxicity in hydraulic fracturing fluids and have worked together for almost nine years. The ES&T study was supported primarily by CSU’s School of Global and Environmental Sustainability (SoGES), a grant from the CSU Water Center, and by the Borch-Hoppess Fund for Environmental…Read More
…es place 5-6:30 p.m. at Avogadro’s Number, 605 S. Mason St. It is part of the Topics in Sustainability series sponsored by the School of Global Environmental Sustainability in partnership with other CSU organization. The CSU Water Center is partnering with SoGES with semester. Panelists for this session are Melinda Laituri, Ecosystem Science and Sustainability; Ellen Wohl, Department of Geosciences; Troy Bauder, Department of Soil and Crop…Read More
…ent of Philosophy, Office of the Vice President for Research and the Partnership for Air Quality, Climate & Health. Additional sponsors include: Acknowl-EJ, Autonomous University of Barcelona, EnvJustice, and the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Additional CSU sponsors include the Department of Political Science, Department of Sociology, Future Earth, The Water Center, and Warner College of Natural Resources….Read More
…ng the degree. CSU students can also pursue a master’s degree in Greenhouse Gas Management and Accounting, and an MBA in Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise. Undergraduates can minor in Sustainable Water through the CSU Water Center, in partnership with the School of Global Environmental Sustainability, which also offers a minor in interdisciplinary Global Environmental Sustainability. “Students can choose among a broad selection of majors…Read More
…e discussion will be moderated by Gene Kelly, the School’s associate director of Research and Development Programs and professor, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences. The Managing the Planet series is sponsored by CSU’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability. (SoGES) Next panel The next panel in the series will be a cosponsored by SoGES and the CSU Water Center on Oct. 15. More information…Read More
…vers and streams, the book also ponders the larger questions of why rivers are important to humans, why it is in our nature to want to be near them, and what we can do now to ensure their future. Book signing April 1 The CSU Water Center and Warner College of Natural Resources’ Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology will be hosting a book signing and presentation by Professor Fausch on Wednesday, April 1 at 4:00 PM on the CSU…Read More