The Bucknell Center for Sustainability and the Environment seeks to enable scholarship and learning that advances and applies understandings of natural systems and human-nature relationships.
Learn more about the Watershed Sciences and Engineering progam.
Learn more about the Place Studies program.
We can re-imagine the concept of sustainability as a sweet spot where economy and ecology overlap and are not separated but create a community.
This database focuses on scientific, technical, sociological, and economic aspects of gas shale production and hydraulic fracturing in the Marcellus shale and other shale plays.
The Environmental Humanities approach the study of the non-human world from the humanistic disciplines - literature, creative writing, religious studies, philosophy, history, classics, comparative humanities, and the arts.More About Environmental Humanities
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