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What it means to be green

Earth week poster

The University of Washington Bothell turns Earth Day into a week-long celebration. In coordination with Cascadia College, students, faculty, staff and local businesses will come together through a variety of activities and events to learn what it means to be green.

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Acknowledging eco grief and climate anxiety

Jennifer Atkinson

Jennifer Atkinson's Environmental Grief & Climate Anxiety seminar at the University of Washington Bothell provides tools and resources students need to grapple with “some really devastating material."

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The wild side of a community partnership

Students in the forest

Friends of North Creek Forest is now temporarily based in Husky Hall. This enables joint programming with the organization and direct access for students in community-based learning and research projects. The partnership also helps improve the environment and preserve a piece of the wild inside the city of Bothell.

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Out of Africa: UW Bothell prof authors 'Selling the Serengeti'

New book by UW Bothell's Benjamin Gardner

In his new book, “Selling the Serengeti,” University of Washington Bothell Associate Professor Benjamin Gardner studies the influence of safari tourism – ecotourism or big-game hunting -- on land rights, market forces and the Maasai culture in Tanzania.

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