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Environmental sciences/Ecology/Applied ecology/Natural resources management/Sustainability

A discussion on climate change, environmental stewardship, and the ways that faith communities and scientists are working together to address one of today’s most pressing issues. Speakers include Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, and Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori.

These are the current partners of Second Century Stewardship


Globally, one-third of protected land is under intense pressure from road building, grazing, urbanization, and other human activities, according to a new study in the 18 May issue of Science.
Climate change is altering the timing of river flooding across Europe, according to data from the past 50 years.
Aaron Kennedy, an assistant atmospheric sciences professor, recently encountered an atmosphere unlike anything he normally finds in his field work on the prevalence of extreme weather patterns around the world: the halls of Congress.