The Early Birder-Friendly Business Catches the Worm

October 20, 2015 | E-Ching Lee

Ginger Deason, a doctoral candidate at North Carolina State University, discusses the spending potential of birders. She also highlights upcoming online training that can help businesses along the North Carolina Birding Trail become birder friendly.

Framing Policy in the Arctic: Views of Changing Ecosystems — Part 2

October 9, 2015 | E-Ching Lee

Meagan Dunphy-Daly, Knauss fellow, continues her travels to Norway to attend a meeting of the working groups of the Arctic Council.

Framing Policy in the Arctic: Views of Changing Ecosystems — Part 1

October 7, 2015 | E-Ching Lee

Knauss fellow Meagan Dunphy-Daly recalls her recent visit to Alaska where she attended the conference on Global Leadership in the Arctic, visited a retreating glacier and saved a pair of belugas.

Phragmites: Always a foe, or sometimes a friend?

September 1, 2015 | E-Ching Lee

Seth Theuerkauf discusses his work studying the effects of the common reed — Phragmites australis — on the marshes at Kitty Hawk Woods and Currituck Banks reserves.

Keeping a Watchful Eye on Erika

August 28, 2015 | E-Ching Lee

Casey Dietrich discusses his work providing guidance for hurricane waves and coastal flooding, including for Tropical Storm Erika.