Tag: climate change

Green Dragon slayer for hire, in a geography department near you

Green Dragon slayer for hire, in a geography department near you

Campus News- May 8, 2018

To members of the Cornwall Alliance, environmentalists are “Green Dragons,” sent from the bowels of hell to threaten world order and harm the needy.

Unseasonably warm fall: Experts discuss potential links to climate change

Unseasonably warm fall: Experts discuss potential links to climate change

Campus News- October 16, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.jsMorgan Brownell/THE REVIEWNewark has been experiencing uncharacteristically warm temperatures for early and mid-October. BY HANNAH MCKENZIE Senior Reporter As soon as students realize summer can’t last forever, they set their sights on a picturesque, cool autumn. So far, however, the ...

New research sheds light on methane emissions from trees

New research sheds light on methane emissions from trees

Campus News- May 9, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Courtsey of Malai Mavino Researchers at the university have found that upland forests emit methane from their trunks, the first kind of scientific literature of its kind. BY WILLIAM KEBBE ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR Researchers from the university have found ...

University professor advances research on ocean acidification

University professor advances research on ocean acidification

Campus News- March 17, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Courtesy of Wei-Jun Cai/ Working with researchers from across the globe, professor Wei-Jun Cai has collected data on how climate change is affecting the arctic. BY JESSICA LEIBMAN STAFF REPORTER Wei-Jun Cai, a professor in the School of Marine ...

Editorial: This is not the time to be apolitical

Editorial: This is not the time to be apolitical

Opinion- February 14, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Madison Bacon/THE REVIEW. The university offers protections and services to undocumented students affected by Trump’s executive order that bans citizens from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen from entering the United States. The university is doing something ...

Free Will: On Muir and Public Lands

Free Will: On Muir and Public Lands

Opinion- January 25, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Courtesy of Jeff Fontana The nation's public lands, and broader environmental protection initiatives, are under distress from the current administration. Only a few days in, Trump and company might want to read the workings of famed naturalist John Muir ...

Professors weigh in on the climate change debate

Professors weigh in on the climate change debate

Campus News- September 27, 2016

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Morgan Brownell/THE REVIEW Most scientists agree man-made climate change is a legitimate threat and must be treated seriously. So it comes as a surprise to find out the former Delaware state climatologist has his doubts. BY ALEXANDRA KARLESSES STAFF ...

Today in Review, Feb. 24

Today in Review, Feb. 24

Campus News- February 24, 2015

Day in Review for Feb. 24, featuring essential campus, state and world news.

Local resentment after Sen. Carper announces Keystone XL Pipeline support

Local resentment after Sen. Carper announces Keystone XL Pipeline support

Delaware News- November 18, 2014

Delaware residents gathered outside of Senator Carper’s office Monday citing environmental and moral objections to his intention of voting for the pipeline.

Students organize for international climate change march

Students organize for international climate change march

News- September 8, 2014

Despite high levels of publicity, climate change has not lost relevancy, as the largest climate change march is set to take place later this month.