Stories:

  • NEWS
    Saving Sea Turtles in the Ogasawara Islands
    A passion for marine biology leads College of the Atlantic student Grace Caltabiano ’19 on two internships to Japan’s “Galápagos of The East,” where she joins efforts to protect endangered green sea turtles.
  • NEWS
    International Gathering Explores Human Ecology

    The 23rd International Conference of the Society for Human Ecology brings together transdisciplinary thinkers from 35 countries and scores of colleges, universities, and private sector companies for four days of presentations, symposiums, and exchange in Lisbon, Portugal.

  • NEWS
    P is For Phosphorus [Planet Money NPR]
    Abe Noe-Hays ’00 and his Rich Earth Institute are pioneering the use of urine as fertilizer and offering a solution to a mounting, global phosphorus crisis.

Events:

April 2nd, 2019

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    Kenyan farmers face a host of challenges from climate change. Natasha Krell '16 is addressing the problem in her doctoral ...

    Muddling Through with Muddy Boots: Conducting Fulbright Research in Kenya

    4:10pm, McCormick Lecture Hall University of California, Santa Barbara Ph.D. candidate in geography Natasha Krell ’16 joins the College of the Atlantic Human Ecology Forum to discuss her research on improving crop production and decreasing vulnerability for small farmers working in a changing climate.

Faculty:

  • Gray Cox

    Faculty, Philosophy, Peace Studies, & Language Learning