UMass Boston Approves Biomimicry Course for Science Requirement ›
New Biomimicry course open to all UMass Boston students.
CGS Fellow Contributes to Book on Sustainability Governance ›
Transgovernance: Advancing Sustainability Governance is a collection of essays concerning the interplay of politics, science, and media as they relate to sustainability governance.
GHP Shows Difference in Water Clarity at Splash! Conference ›
Anamarija Frankic, director of the Green Harbors Project, was invited to participate at Splash!, a conference focused on water, the environment, and related careers that the EPA organized at Roxbury Community College on October 2.
Visiting Scholars Welcomed To Conflict Resolution, Human Security, and Global Governance Department ›
With the start of the Fall 2012 semester, visiting scholars from Brazil and Russia will be joining us to conduct individual, independent research, on topics related to governance and sustainability, and faculty development and U.S. teaching methods, respectively.
EEOS Students Bike Toward a More Sustainable Campus ›
A new student initiative called BUMP!—Bike for University of Massachusetts Power—hopes to use “energy bikes" to produce human-powered electricity.
UMass Boston Sends Group to Rio+20 Sustainability Conference ›
7 professors, students, and fellows represented UMass Boston at the once-a-decade environmental conference in Rio de Janeiro in June.
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Press Release: A New Global Architecture for Sustainability Governance ›
Ahead of Rio+20, the Worldwatch Institute explores ways that governments can move toward a more efficient architecture for environmental institutions
UMass Boston Researchers Find Himalayas Warming More Rapidly Than the Rest of the Earth ›
UMass Boston graduate student Uttam Babu Shrestha and Distinguished Professor of Biology Kamaljit Bawa are published in international journal PLoS One.
UMass Boston Researcher Donates $200K in Prize Money to Research Think Tank ›
Distinguished Professor of Biology Kamaljit Bawa has decided to donate his nearly $200,000 in winnings from the world’s first international sustainability award to the international think tank he founded.
UMass Boston Researcher Recognized on Global Stage ›
Kamaljit Bawa, distinguished professor of biology at the University of Massachusetts Boston and faculty fellow at the Center for Governance and Sustainability, received two notable honors this week.