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Get tangled in the spider web of facts with Dr. Aimée Thomas. Read the Times-Picayune article here



Dr. Paul Barnes has recently participated in three separate environmental conferences.

On Sept. 17-30 he participated in a virtual meeting of the UNEP Environmental Effects Assessment Panel, where he prepared an update report that will be published early next year. As a Co-Chair of this panel, he co-organized the meeting in addition to writing and editing the report.

On Oct. 7-8 he participated in a virtual Ozone Research Managers Meeting that addressed international efforts to monitor the emissions of ozone depleting substances.

Michael Pashkevich BIOL'17 is lead author on this new publication about the work he is doing for his Ph.D. at Cambridge. Click here to view the article. 

 CHEM '15 ENVS '15 alum Anne Barkley has been awarded the 22nd annual Annual Peter B. Wagner Memorial Award for Women in Atmospheric Sciences! Read more here.

Congratulations to senior Sarah Alonzi, a co-author of a recently-published study investigating Google search trends for ways to reduce stress during the COVID pandemic.

Read the article here.

Here are some other links related to the publication:

See the Tulane press release Here

Dr. Emily Drabek-Maunder (PHYS '09) is a co-author on an article published September 14 in the journal Nature Astronomy entitled 'Phosphine gas in the cloud decks of Venus'. This gas is used as a biosignature and its discovery potentially points to the presence of microbial life on Venus.

ENVA alum Emma Reid '15, has been selected as a recipient for the Conservation Communicator of the Year award by the Louisiana Wildlife Federation. She was presented with her award in Baton Rouge on September 28, 2020. Congratulations Emma!

To lean more, visit the LWF awards page.

Professor Rob Verchick of ENVA has contributed an essay to "Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education” on the topic of environmental studies. His essay is titled “Outsmarting Climate Change."

Click here to read more and view his essay.

Eric Hardy is a historian and sociologist of technology and science whose research focuses on twentieth century urban development and environmental politics. In addition to publishing works for the American Planning Association Press, Technology and Culture and the Journal of Urban History, he is wrapping up  a book on water policy in post-WWII American cities. Since arriving at Loyola University in 2010, Dr.


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