Testing the Toxicity of Nanomaterials

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Written by Jalia Carlton-Carew Engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) are among the most remarkable innovations in science. Sized from 1 to 100 nanometers in mass, these chemical materials can capture and transmit light through electromagnetic fields. ENMs can also manipulate the chemical … Continued

Intense South American Monsoons

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Written by Jalia Carlton-Carew In politics, the legitimacy of climate change is frequently debated among politicians though scientific research proves the phenomenon to be very real. Dr. Leila Carvalho, a professor in the Department of Geography at UCSB, researches climate … Continued

Veganism in the West

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Jalia Carlton-Carew Writer and Publicity Coordinator UCSB Sustainability Program Veganism has become very popular in health-conscious America. However, what seems to be a new and trendy diet has existed for centuries. Dr. Renan Larue, an Assistant Professor of French at … Continued

Restoring UCSB

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Written by: Jalia Carlton-Carew Writer and Publicity Coordinator UCSB Sustainability Program The Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration (CCBER) at UC Santa Barbara works on ecological projects that help restore areas in Santa Barbara back to their natural state. … Continued

2016 Presentations

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Municipal Energy Efficiency – Best Practices for Making Projects Happen Moving Towards More Sustainable Local and Regional Transportation: New Data Collection Technology, Bike Share, and Updating our Regional Transportation Plan Ed France Scott Spaulding Mike Becker Financing as a Solution: … Continued

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Moving Towards more Sustainable Local and Regional Transportation: New Data Collection Technology, Bike Share, and updating our Regional Transportation Plan Join Scott Spaulding, Ed France and Michael Becker for an overview and discussion of new tools, infrastructure, and metrics for … Continued

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