CASEL director Eduardo Brondízio has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the oldest and most prestigious honorary societies in the country.
Check out the video of Nathan Vogt's interview on "Ecologia Integral."
CASEL member Paulo Massoca expresses concern over the eroding capacity of Amazonian ecosystems to recover from repeated burning over the years in an article in The Conversation.
James Farmer has been researching land use, agriculture, and community food systems for several years.
CASEL Director Eduardo Brondízio will testify at 10 a.m. May 22 during a hearing of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources' Subcommittee on Water, Oceans and Wildlife titled "Responding to the Global Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services."
Watch IU CASEL Director Eduardo Brondízio's opening presentation during the media launch #GlobalAssessment webcast.
Emma McDonell, an IU Ph.D. student and member of IU CASEL, was quoted in the PBS Nova article, "Could vodka, chips, and dairy-free milk products safeguard Peru’s agricultural diversity?"
James Farmer featured in IU podcast, "Sustaining Hoosier Farms."
Eduardo Brondízio is among the ten IU faculty members to be honored this year with the university's highest academic rank for scholars and researchers
The fight for a better city is not over…not if grassroots mobilization has anything to say about it.
CASEL director Eduardo Brondízio is co-author on paper "The contributions of indigenous peoples and local communities to ecological restoration" in Restoration Ecology, the Journal of the Society for Ecological Restoration.
CASEL affiliate Andressa Vianna Mansur is co-lead author on a newly released report, “Nature in the Urban Century.”
Learn how to obtain a copy of this open-access book.
The study is the first analysis to provide an in-depth look at the effect of climate change on managed waterways in the U.S. and Canada.
Following a ceremony that officially broke ground at the new Indiana University Campus Farm, students are already preparing for the inaugural spring planting.