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PEI Discovery Day 2018 exhibits array of student research in environmental studies

May 21, 2018 ・ Morgan Kelly

Ninety-six students representing 20 academic departments showcased their research and discussed their findings with fellow students and University faculty.

Community-run seafood program, Fishadelphia, links city and Shore

February 7, 2018 ・ Morgan Kelly

Fishadelphia will launch its pilot program Friday, Feb. 9, to help provide Philadelphia residents with access to fresh seafood from Jersey Shore fisheries.

Princeton, Stockholm University team up to explore ‘Earth in 2050’ global environment

December 7, 2017

Researchers from Princeton University and the Stockholm Resilience Centre met for “Earth in 2050: Boundaries, Obstacles and Opportunities” Nov. 12-14 to discuss key issues related to the global environment.

No more free rides: How to value and govern water for the future

December 7, 2017

Efforts to provide the world with clean and accessible water unravel when people try to determine how much water is actually worth, according to a paper published Nov. 24 in the journal Science.

In ‘The Environmental Nexus,’ students explore the many paths to saving the planet

May 31, 2017 ・ Morgan Kelly

The new course “Environmental Nexus” approaches the environmental crisis from multiple perspectives to prepare students for the future effects of the global environmental crisis .

S.O.S. sign written in beach sand near beach waves hahaha

Economic and Ecological Connectivity

April 25, 2014 ・ Wendy Plump for the Princeton Environmental Institute

<img alt=” src=” http:=”” news.princeton.edu=”” uploads=”” 273=”” image=”” barrett_hb_cover.jpg”=”” style=”margin: 5px; width: 241px; float: right; height: 350px”>A new volume of essays honoring economist Sir Partha Dasgupta, with contributions by a Princeton University biologist, falls squarely in the tradition of festschrift…

Combining Environmental Science, Policy, and Economics

January 31, 2014 ・ Nick DiUlio for the Princeton Environmental Institute

Before graduating from Princeton University in 2007, Steve Anderson ’07 realized he wanted to pursue a career that combined his passions for environmental policy, science, and economics. For that reason, Anderson – a Woodrow Wilson School major – decided to…

PEI Welcomes Three Visiting Faculty Members and One Visiting Research Scholar

September 13, 2012 ・ Holly P. Welles

The Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) maintains a vibrant visiting fellows program in environmental research. The program recruits outstanding academic scholars with relevant expertise to Princeton with opportunities to contribute to PEI’s research and teaching programs. This fall, PEI is pleased…