Ginger Adams, Arthur Bruneau, Anthony Gosselin, and Matthew Withington Paul F. Steinberg and Stacy D. VanDeveer. Comparative Environmental Politics: Theory, Practice, and Prospects. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2012. Print. Arun Agrawal is a political scientist who is currently working in the School of Natural Resources & Environment at the University of Michigan. He… Read more Local Institutions and the Governance of Local Forests
Evan McCauley, Spencer McClellan, Parshon Sorornejad, Joshua Woodruff Professor San Martin Topics in Environmental History “Deserts, Dogma, and Dryland Development Policy.” The Arid Lands: History, Power, Knowledge, by Diana K. Davis, The MIT Press, 2016, pp. 1–21. Diana K. Davis is a professor in the history department of the University of California, Davis, and… Read more Deforestation and Reforestation, an Analysis of Diana K. Davis’s, “Deserts, Dogma, and Dryland Development Policy”
With soil at the forefront of our discussions for the week, we can benefit from understanding exactly how important soil is to the health of our planet. Through this article we can not only learn about the importance of soil to humanity, but also about how we are using new technologies to replenish the soil… Read more Can Dirt Save the Earth?
Emily Baker, Brian Brooks, Jacob Fisher, Elise Smutko Soil is a very important natural resource. It allows for crops to take root and grow into bountiful crops. Without soil, humankind would have a challenging time growing healthy crops. Recently, the International Soil and Water Conservation group estimated that soil quality will drastically decline through 2050… Read more Methods of high yield farming while still maintaining the environment