When the more than 100 students who completed internships this summer through the Princeton Environmental Institute and the Grand Challenges Program returned to campus, they had at least one more commitment. As a culminating experience, they were required to report on what they learned during their experiences with faculty, research labs, governmental agencies, nongovernmental organizations, nonprofit organizations and industry enterprises in more than 20 countries. On two Fridays this fall,
Archive – October 2009
A long and severe drought in the eastern part of Africa has had an effect not only on people, but also on wildlife. The countries worst affected are Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia and Uganda, according to the relief organization Oxfam.