Researchers support Peruvian National Parks with help of $2.5M grant

Wake Forest University will partner with two other universities to support the work of the Peruvian National Park Service by connecting scientists with park managers and policy makers in new ways. The work is funded by a $2.5 million grant from the Gordon and Betty […]

Strengthening the next generation of Peruvian Amazonian Leaders

Young leaders from six Indigenous nations in the Peruvian Amazon will head back home with a new vision and resources to tackle pressing environmental and social issues in their communities. During their visit to Wake Forest University this month, the Indigenous leader delegation spent several […]

Can capitalism heal itself, and save the planet in the process?

money growing and falling off a tree

Last week, conservation biologist and PhD candidate Cassie Freund sat down with CEES board member Alan Palmiter, Wake Forest’s William T. Wilson, III, Presidential Chair for Business Law. The two talked about his new article about what is now, in his view, a monumental shift […]

Sustainability and Change: A Perspective from Cycling

by Stan Meiburg, Director of Sustainability Graduate Studies, Wake Forest University, June 20, 2018 Last week, my wife Julie and I participated with 300 other riders, ranging in age from 11 to 79, on a bicycle trip sponsored by the Rails to Trails Conservancy on […]

CEES Funding Opportunities Available for Spring 2018

The Center for Energy, Environment, and Sustainability provides funding opportunities for research, scholarship, and working groups related to energy, environment and sustainability as broadly defined. CEES mini grants seek to provide new opportunities for research and scholarly activities at Wake Forest. Though the center was […]