Contents Chapter 1: Background about Green Initiatives Chapter 2: Payments for Environmental Services Chapter 3: Concurrent Green Initiatives in the USA Chapter 4: Concurrent Green Initiatives in China Chapter 5: Concurrent Green Initiatives in Fanjingshan National Nature Reserve, China Chapter … Continued
Author Archives: Jun Liang
An article in The Daily Tarheel features Prof. Lentz describing his role in securing a grant from the Luce Foundation in support of Southeast Asian studies at UNC.
Distinguished Emeritus Professor & Research Professor of Geography Steve Walsh and Co-Director, UNC Center for Galapagos Studies Diego Riveros-Iregui featured in this video – WorldSummitonIslandSustainabilityOverview.mp4 (dropbox.com)
Geography PhD candidate Suad Jabr featured in Endeavors – Queering the Borders | Endeavors (unc.edu)
Presentation of an MOU between UNC and the Institute of Forestry, Tribhuvan University with original signature from UNC to the Dean of IOF, Professor Bir Chhetri, who is a collaborator of our project. I was honored with an Nepali National … Continued
Below is a list of undergraduate students who received 2022 awards on their graduation ceremony: McNally Award for Excellence in Geography Kate Milner Douglas Eyre Award for Outstanding Leadership to the department, the field of geography and to the community … Continued
Geography professor Diego Riveros-Iregui is one of three inaugural recipients of the Faculty Award for Global Excellence from the Office of the Vice Provost for Global Affairs. Riveros-Iregui is cited for “extraordinary steps to create international field research experiences for … Continued
Professor Erika Wise’s students in GEOG 416 (Applied Climatology) were given an option to present their research projects at the UNC Celebration of Undergraduate Research poster session, and a few accepted this challenge!
Graduate student Annie Elledge’s research with Wilson Libraries is featured in Endeavors. For more information, follow this link. Annie Elledge, graduate student in geography, in the Special Collections Reading Room at Wilson Library (photo by Alyssa LaFaro)
Please join the colloquium series for Dr. Po-Yi Hung on “Bordering Tea” (3:30 Friday 8 Apr).