An important international policy struggle is underway, one that is invisible to most citizens. Countries are preparing to mine the ocean floor in the deep sea, hoping to secure minerals that are deemed important to supporting a modern economy.
Register to join a discussion with Beyond Zero director Nathan Havey, executive producer Diana Propper de Callejon, and Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions director Tim Profeta. This event is organized by Sustainable Duke, the EDGE Center at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business, and the Duke University Energy Initiative.
This event is open to current Duke students, faculty, and staff. Registrants will receive a link to screen the film (good through April 14) and link to join the panel discussion.
Join the 2021 Fortin Foundation Bass Connections Virtual Showcase to celebrate the accomplishments of 2020–2021 Bass Connections project teams. The Virtual Showcase will be divided into three synchronous sessions over two days.
Join the Pew Charitable Trusts, Duke University's Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, and the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries for a discussion of how coastal habitats contribute to coastal protection and blue carbon storage, and the ways in which states are utilizing this information for climate and coastal management planning.
As world leaders attend the Leaders Summit on Climate, the Resilience Roadmap project is convening this one-hour conversation to hear from resilience leaders. The Resilience Roadmap project is a non-partisan project convened in 2021 by the Duke University Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions and Susan Bell Associates.