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A Wilmington neighborhood is an island in a sea of petroleum

Wilmington residents are exposed to all that belches and wafts from recyclers, chemical plants, scrap yards, six oil refineries, hundreds of oil wells, trucks, trains, and cargo ships in the harbor.

Full article here: http://www.latimes.com/science/la-me-refinery-neighbors-20160305-story.html

Regenerating degrade dirt

Efforts to boost soil carbon aim to improve crop yields and combat climate change.

Full article at: http://cen.acs.org/articles/94/i10/Regenerating-degraded-dirt.html

Joel Berger fights to preserve unknown animal species

Like many parents, Joel Berger has a photo of his daughter in his wallet. Next to that are photos of the animals that he has been researching over the years, including saiga — a kind of antelope — muskox, wild yak, rhino and takin, a member of the camel family.

CSU 2015 Sustainability Awards and Recognitions

March

CSU's Dunbar named to U.S. Green Building Council's Advisory Council

Brian Dunbar

Brian Dunbar, executive director of CSU’s Institute for the Built Environment, was recently elected to the prestigious national Advisory Council of the U.S. Green Building Council. 

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