Archive: Georgetown Environment Initiative

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Study by Georgetown Professors, Graduate Students Reveals How Societies Have Survived Climate Change

A team of Georgetown professors and graduate students recently collaborated with researchers in Europe and China on a paper that examines an interdisciplinary field of study they…

March 24, 2021

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Greater Distance Moved by Migratory Bird Has Large Implications for Conservation

It’s well known that birds fly south for the winter, but just how far do they go? New research by post-doctoral fellow Calandra Stanley shows that yellow-billed cuckoos travel…

February 11, 2021

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Professor Dagomar Degroot and Ph.D. Student Emma Moesswilde Podcast Their Way Through Climate History

Environmental historian Dagomar Degroot and Ph.D. student Emma Moesswilde have revamped Climate History, a podcast created by the Department of History professor that explores…

April 21, 2020