A group of international scientists have released their findings about a proposed trans-isthmus shipping canal in Nicaragua, raising concerns about environmental impact and lack of information.
FIU graduate David Menasche ’97 led an incredible life and inspired many. Even while battling cancer, Menasche refused to let it define him. “The cancer was going to kill me,” he wrote. “But taking drugs to prolong a life of misery was a choice. My choice.” That day began a new chapter, one in which Menasche, in his own words, would “really live.”
Pope Francis issued a sweeping 184-page papal letter, "Laudato Si’: On the Care of our Common Home". He writes that climate change is a global problem with far reaching environmental and social consequences — especially for the poor.
Join fellow environmentalists in making FIU’s campus even more beautiful by volunteering at the FIU Nature Preserve! Event may include: environmental education activities, trail maintenance, tree plantings, and ecological restoration.
VERB and the Everglades Foundation are looking to retain a Senior Consultant to work on implementing the Everglades Foundation Phosphorus Prize.
People to People Citizen Ambassador Programs is developing a delegation focused on nature and conservation to visit Cuba from December 4-13, 2015. The delegation will explore nature and conservation in today’s Cuba, including historical perspectives, environmental history, and current sustainability efforts.
Open position for an assistant professor in biological sciences at Indian River State College. PhD in Biology or related area is required.