Institute at Brown for Environment and Society
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In recognition of his commitment to fostering an inclusive and supportive academic environment, IBES and DEEPS Assistant Professor Daniel E. Ibarra has been selected for the Graduate School Faculty Award for Advising and Mentoring in the physical sciences.
At a full-day conference in April, attendees from across industries and geographies gained insights into the complexities of carbon offsets and their impact on global efforts to combat climate change.
An interview with Isaac Slevin '25 about "Against the Wind," a report he led for IBES' Climate and Development Lab about anti-offshore wind groups.
The American Prospect

Against the Wind

This article highlights research on offshore wind by IBES Professor Timmons Roberts and his Climate and Development Lab.
Gulf Streams Podcast

Gulf Streams Episode 25: Pork

IBES Lecturer Mindi Schneider discussed the global food system and her work on China's pork industry on this podcast episode.

Disappearing cities on US coasts

This new research article, co-authored by IBES Postdoc Sonam Sherpa, disucsses how sinking land increases risk for thousands of coastal residents by 2050.
Princeton University Press

Stephen Porder on Elemental

An interview with Stephen Porder, IBES professor and Brown's associate provost for sustainability, about his new book.
Professor of Population Studies and Environment and Society (Research) Elizabeth Fussell provided commentary on the Census Bureau's Household Pulse Survey, which aims to measure how emerging social and economic challenges are affecting Americans.
The Philadelphia Citizen

The New Urban Order: Towards a Quieter City

This column on noise pollution highlights the work of Erica Walker, an IBES affiliate and assistant professor of Epidemiology, who leads the Community Noise Lab at Brown.