Global

Infographic illustration depicting strategies to overcome barriers to CSA adoption in South Asia.
Feb 22, 2024
A new study, conducted by a global team of researchers that includes SEAS Lecturer Rajiv Ghimire and Associate Professor Meha Jain, has analyzed climate-smart agriculture adoption in South Asia. The researchers identified some key barriers as well as strategies to overcome them, which can help farmers adapt to climate change and increase yields, while also helping to conserve soil, water and energy.

National

SEAS master's students working with community members to clean up the coastline of Mo‘omomi Beach in Moloka‘i.
Feb 14, 2024
The Native Hawaiian notion of “loving the land” through sustainable practices as well as finding justice after the annexation of Hawaii is at the heart of two SEAS master’s projects based in Moloka‘i, the least developed and least visited island in the accessible Hawaiian island chain. The projects are spearheaded by SEAS PhD candidate Malu Castro, whose family is from Moloka‘i. The work of the first project supports one of the largest Land Back efforts in the modern era of the movement, and the second contributes to fostering and maintaining the longstanding tradition of subsistence agricultural production and other efforts to promote food sovereignty on the island.

SEAS Perspectives

The Commons: More than just resources
Feb 5, 2024
This primer introduces six types of real-world commons. Each challenges the notion that state control or private exploitation of resources are inevitable. And each offers an alternative vision of reimagining our relationships with the living world and with each other.

Alumni in the News

SEAS alumna Ericka Popovich: 'I want people to feel like they belong in the conversation'
Feb 19, 2024
SEAS alumna Ericka Popovich (MS ’10) is the senior director of operations at Blue Water Baltimore, where she supports the nonprofit’s community programs with the mission of ensuring that all Baltimore residents have access to clean water and greener neighborhoods. She was drawn to SEAS to understand human behavior and its role in educating people about environmental sustainability.