Devon Reynolds
ENVS PhD student, Devon Reynolds, and advisor publish article on transforming Socially Responsible Investment
Help us congratulate ENVS PhD student, Devon Reynolds, and assistant professor, David Ciplet for publishing an article on Socially Responsible Investment in the Journal of Business Ethics, a global leader in in academic publishing in the field of ethics. The article proposes a framework to transform investment to be more...

Difficult integration of social science expertise into public health expert advice during pandemic in Italy
ENVS Prof leads global research initiative on COVID-19 response
The EScAPE (Evaluating Scientific Advice in a Pandemic Emergency) project, led by CU Boulder Professor Roger Pielke, Jr. published the findings of its first study, which investigated how Italy used expert scientific advice in the COVID-19 pandemic.

Amanda Carrico
ENVS Associate Professor, Amanda Carrico, and colleagues awarded NSF grant to study climate migration in Bangladesh
Associate Professor and and colleagues were awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to conduct research that paints a picture of how rural communities in Bangladesh cope with socio-environmental impacts of disruptions like a pandemic. Congrats! Photo credit from article: https://doi.org/10.3390/rs13234799

Chancellor's Annual Summit
Department of Environmental Studies front and center at the 2022 Chancellor's Annual Summit
The Chancellor's Annual Summit was held on Feb. 23, and the Department of Environmental Studies was honored to participate in several ways this year. Every year the Chancellor's Annual Summit is held to give CU Boulder alumni and community members an opportunity to learn about timely and global issues from...

Dorman and Ciplet 2022
ENVS PhD Candidate and Assistant Professor progress the conversation on energy justice
Published this semester in the journal Global Environmental Politics, a leading publication in global climate and environmental governance and politics, ENVS PhD candidate Diana Dorman, and ENVS assistant professor, David Ciplet, develop a framework to assess and better understand distributive elements of energy justice in global development finance. The paper,...

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