Recent News and Features
- EPIB Senior Vanessa Thomas Awarded Undergraduate Research Fellowship by the Rutgers Aresty Research Center to Study Student Energy Insecurity"
- Rutgers Awarded $20M NSF Grant to Lead Regional Large-Scale Coastlines and People Megalopolitan Coastal Transformation Hub"
- William Hallman, professor and chair of the Department of Human Ecology, was appointed co-chair of the Climate Communications Initiative (CCI) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
- Bonnie McCay, Professor Emerita, Department of Human Ecology, was appointed to a three-year term on the Science Advisory Board of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA): https://sab.noaa.gov/sab-members/
News and Features by Date
- Human Ecology students navigate environmental law and the state of the Raritan River
- Provisioning Garden is the Newest Living Laboratory on the Cook Campus
- As the sea rises, how do we get out of harm’s way?
- Millions of species could disappear if we don’t change. One way to help is to eat less meat, Rutgers prof says.
- Food safety: FDA unveils new plan to ensure safety of food imported to U.S.
- Rethinking the Future of Food Recalls
- Environmentalists Raise Questions about Salting of NJ Roads
- Environmentalists raise concerns about salting roads during winter months
- Scientists Consider "Quick Response" Plan to Counter Climate Misinformation
- "Will Murphy’s plan to constantly salt the roads wreak environmental havoc? Time will tell."
- Why Stay During A Hurricane? Because It's Not As Simple As 'Get Out'
- Opinion: NJ Shouldn't Wait for Federal Funds Before Reducing Flood Damages
- Expert: NJ towns should start revamping water infrastructure for the future
- More syringes are washing up on Jersey beaches. It's a problem that starts miles away.
- Americans waste nearly half their food. How can we reduce food waste in New Jersey?
- Ira Wagner's 'Houseraising': Uplift, denial, and Hurricane Sandy
- How Privatizing Water Systems Costs Taxpayers -- & Endangers Them (Heavy.com)
- Conservation could curb future N.J. water demands
- Opinion: NJ's Water Needs Could Decrease, Despite 10.4M Residents by 2040
- Prof. Bill Hallman Appointed to National Advisory Committee Addressing Climate Change Communications