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Explaining the hungry farmer paradox in Nicaragua's coffee highlands
Explaining the hungry farmer paradox in Nicaragua's coffee highlands

Chris Bacon and colleagues analyze the social, economic, and environmental influences on seasonal hunger and describe a community-based response.

SCU faculty highlight role of field journals in natural history education
SCU faculty highlight role of field journals in natural history education

SCU faculty members John Farnsworth and Michelle Bezanson offer their expertise on the use of field notebooks.

Hunger in Silicon Valley
Hunger in Silicon Valley

In a recent San Jose Mercury News op-ed, Leslie Gray describes the challenge of hunger in Silicon Valley and outlines some potential community solutions.

Kelsey Baker wins scholarship
Kelsey Baker wins scholarship

Congratulations to Environmental Science major Kelsey Baker, winner of the Fall 2013 American Society for Safety Engineers scholarship!

The dry future of the Colorado River
The dry future of the Colorado River

Iris Stewart-Frey and colleagues project dramatically reduced snowpack and diminished water supplies in the upper Colorado River basin by 2100.

Socio-economic differentiation in Burkina Faso’s cotton sector
Socio-economic differentiation in Burkina Faso’s cotton sector

Leslie Gray sheds light on differences among Africa farmers with respect to their access to both natural and social resources.