"Yes, we are missing David Brower," says David Brower '09. The environmentalist's namesake forges his own path. The profile is in the spring 2013 issue of BREAKTHROUGHS MAGAZINE »
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Why Are These Climate Change Experts Worried About Their Kids' Futures? Read it in the spring 2013 issue of BREAKTHROUGHS MAGAZINE »
Carrie Maser '87 launches a new sustainability endowment fund, and schools us on giving back. Read more in the spring 2013 issue of BREAKTHROUGHS MAGAZINE »
World-renowned oceanographer Sylvia Earle discussed how the actions we take in the next 10 years to support the ocean will matter more than the next 100 years.
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Nathan Bickart will build community gardens in Richmond and San Pablo and will work to restore the natural ecosystem of the Wildcat Creek riparian corridor.
Tobacco plants are being genetically modified to produce biofuels. More research is required, but preliminary results are encouraging.
Dual-degree candidate Rebecca Peters has earned significant support for graduate education from the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation
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Posted on 4-15-2013 2:40 pm