Steve Anderson '07 a graduate of the Woodrow Wilson School currently works at the Environmental Protection Agency's Office of General Counsel in Washington D.C. (Photo courtesy of Steve Anderson '07) Before graduating from Princeton University in 2007, Steve Anderson '07 realized he wanted to pursue a career that combined his passions for environmental policy, science, and economics. For that reason, Anderson - a Woodrow Wilson School major - decided to obtain a cert
Archive – January 2014
A Princeton University Grand Challenges research team has created a model to evaluate how a human response to climate change may alter the agricultural utility of land.
The Princeton Environmental Institute and the Andlinger Center are pleased to announce a joint call for proposals for innovative research, teaching and mentorship in energy and the environment. Deadline for applications is March 1.
Likely common among bacteria, an act of microscopic justice not only ensures the survival of the group's most industrious members, but also could have uses in agriculture, energy, and medicine.
In the New York Times Ramanan Laxminarayan discusses the urgent need for a global agreement to manage antibiotic effectiveness as a global public good.