Join us for a virtual information session to learn more about opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students to participate on 2022-2023 project teams. Two sessions are scheduled, from 2 - 3:00 p.m. and 3 - 4:00 p.m. Each session will feature a short presentation as well as a panel of Bass Connections student team members, who will share details about their project team experiences. Session attendees will be able to ask questions live or in the group chat.
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Duke students are invited to a Power Lunch featuring Pine Gate Renewables professionals Ben Catt (CEO) and Rajat Pungaliya MEM '21 (Development Analyst). Event capacity will be limited so that all attendees have the chance to introduce themselves, ask questions, and exchange ideas.
Advance registration required. This session is open only to current duke students.
All current Duke students are invited to attend a brief information session with Pine Gate Renewables and Blue Ridge Power. They will be introducing students to full-time opportunities available through their Renewable Energy Analyst/Associate Program (REAP) -- a 2-year cohort program.
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Small-scale fisheries are one of the oldest and still most prevalent ocean uses and food production systems. However, their contributions to society have been difficult to measure and often underappreciated by decision-makers. Here we share some of the preliminary findings of the Illuminating Hidden Harvests assessment of the contributions of small-scale fisheries to sustainable development, led by FAO, WorldFish and Duke University.
This webinar in the Sustainable Infrastructure: Putting Principle into Practice series will explore Principle #8: Fiscal Sustainability and Innovative Financing from UNEP's International Good Practice Principles for Sustainable Infrastructure.
Aquaculture has been the fastest growing food sector for five decades and now contributes roughly half of global seafood consumption. However, sustainable growth will depend on how the industry and regulators manage disease in fish farming, environmental problems, and competition for ocean space with other sectors. We provide an overview of the economics of farmed seafood and its role in the global food system.
This webinar in the Sustainable Infrastructure: Putting Principle into Practice series will explore Principle #9: Transparent, Inclusive, and Participatory Decision-Making from UNEP's International Good Practice Principles for Sustainable Infrastructure. More details and a registration link will be posted as they become available.
Save the Date for the first-annual Oceans@Duke Blue Economy Summit: Shifting the narrative from extractive to equitable
Hosted at Duke University, the first-annual Blue Economy Summit will bring together diverse ocean stakeholders from industry, government, non-profits, and academia to identify the most promising opportunities to bring this vision to life.
This Blue Economy Summit will be organized around three themes:
This webinar in the Sustainable Infrastructure: Putting Principle into Practice series will explore Principle #10: Evidence-Based Decision-Making from UNEP's International Good Practice Principles for Sustainable Infrastructure. More details and a registration link will be posted as they become available.