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Renowned environmental economist Edward Barbier joins CSU

Edward Barbier’s path to becoming one of the world’s leading environmental and resource economists began as a kid, when he saw developing nations firsthand as his father’s government service took the family to southeast Asia.

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Eloquence, empathy, imagination: Liberal arts brings leadership to collaboration

With his first year at CSU now under his belt, College of Liberal Arts Dean Ben Withers has announced plans to elevate the visibility and vitality of the college by increasing the support and impact of faculty scholarship.

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Salazar’s vision, Bohemian gift combine to create conservation center

Salazar Center for North American Conservation will be housed in CSU’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability.

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Parachuting in courses from the West does African entrepreneurs no good

Growing youth unemployment remains a socio-economic challenge in Africa. Several initiatives are being deployed to address this but are undermined by a flawed approach.

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Annual SoGES Open House set for May 8

The School of Global Environmental Sustainability will host an open house May 8.

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How land-grant universities can help redesign the food system

Professor Nancy Creamer will discuss how land-grant universities can engage in a redesign of the food system.

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SoGES Director Diana Wall receives top honor from Ecological Society of America

CSU’s Diana Wall was recognized by the Ecological Society of America, which announced that she will receive its highest honor, the 2017 Eminent Ecologist Award.

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Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee on campus

Hear how her work helped end civil war in Liberia at 6 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Ballroom.

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Sell our Public Lands? Biodiversity, Human Welfare, Our Heritage

The Global Biodiversity Center will host a discussion on public lands Wednesday, Feb. 22, at Avogadro’s Number.

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