• Kate Konschnik

    Konschnik to Lead Climate and Energy Program

    Kate Konschnik, a lecturer on law and executive director of Harvard's Environmental Law Program, has been named director of the Climate and Energy Program at Duke University's Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions.

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  • Catalyst Program Awards

    Catalyst Program Awards

    Six projects proposed by Duke faculty and staff have received funding from the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions Catalyst Program.

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  • 2017 Annual Report

    Amid the churn of Washington politics and the changing environmental policy landscape, the Nicholas Institute continues to do what we do well: produce objective research and tools to help decision makers better understand and weigh their short- and long-term policy choices. Our 2017 Annual Report showcases examples of this work.

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    The involvement of large private and institutional forestland owners in conservation has been recognized as increasingly important for the... Read More
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    Trump Nominates CEQ Lead
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    Trump Administration Repeals Clean Power Plan

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