Read about the work of Switzer Fellows making change and making headlines!
Stuart Cohen (1996) of TransForm advocates pushing Caltrans to relinquish oversight of bike facilities on urban streets in California.
Joe Aldy (2003) has concluded in a new research paper that the "green stimulus" the Obama administration built into the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act was worth it, even though it wasn't a complete success.
Susan Clark's (1995) book on Slow Democrac was featureyd in an hour-long Charlotte NPR piece about how to reinvigorate local democracy, and make government relevant, citizen powered, and inclusive.
The USDA's latest "coexistence" policy fails to address GMO contamination of organic crops, writes Lisa Bunin (1994) of the Center for Food Safety.
Carolina Balazs (2009)has received a 2014 Chancellor's Achievement Award for Diversity and Community from UC Davis.
Caitlin Cleaver (2013) has joined the Hurricane Island Foundation as the new science and research coordinator for the Hurricane Island Field Research Station.
Jeremy Hays (2001) wrote in the Huffington Post that there are a number of factors that make some communities more resilient in the face of climate change than others.
Scott Fruin (2000) was quoted in an Environmental Health News article on the health effects of pollutant PM2.5, for which the EPA is about to begin enforcing a new standard.
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