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Making Carolina’s Campus More Bike Friendly

February 26, 2021

By Addie McAllaster Addie McAllaster is a junior at UNC-Chapel Hill double majoring in Environmental Studies (Sustainability Track) and English Comparative Literature (Film Concentration). One of the great advantages of living in a college town such as Chapel Hill is … Read more

Coming Full Circle: Accelerating the Circular Economy

October 1, 2019

By Bailey McNeill Bailey McNeill is a senior Environmental Studies major and Public Policy minor at UNC-Chapel Hill, where she is also a member of Epsilon Eta Environmental Honors Fraternity. Coming Full Circle On the morning of Friday, September 13, … Read more

Helping Teachers Explore the Electric Grid of the Future

July 1, 2017

By Dana Haine Dana Haine is the K-12 Science Education Manager at the UNC Institute for the Environment. Gretchen Bakke, author of The Grid: The Fraying Wires Between Americans and Our Energy Future, writes that while electricity “is situated squarely … Read more