June 2021–N-EWN researcher Marshall Shepherd published in Forbes on Equity in Weather Warnings

N-EWN researcher Dr. Marshall Shepherd dove into the hot topic of equity in weather warnings, and explored the deepest waters of this complicated issue. Click the image to read the article!

March 2021 — Presidential Seed Grants Promote Interdisciplinary Research, UGA Today

The N-EWN partnership was upheld in UGA Today for the success of its interdisciplinary research. Dr. Brian Bledsoe and Dr. Marshall Shepherd were both mentioned. Click the image to read the article!

February 2021 — Promoting Coastal Resilience through Partnerships and Planning

Shana Jones, N-EWN member and Planning and Environmental Services Unit Program Manager at the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, collaborated with Amelia Stevens to write this publication in the Sea Grant Law and Policy Journal. Click the photo to access the publication.

January 2021 – Nature Based Approaches to Urban Shoreline Management – Biohabitats Expert Q&A

In an interview with Biohabitats, Dr. Todd Bridges discusses coastal resilience and natural infrastructure. Click the photo to read the Q&A!

December 2020 – Building With Nature – “Creating, Implementing and Upscaling Nature-Based Solutions” Publication

In both a book and an interview with EcoShare, Dr. Todd Bridges discussed the complementary work of Engineering With Nature. Click the photo to learn more.

November 2020 – “Challenges to realizing the potential of nature-based solutions” Publication

IRIS and N-EWN researchers Drs. Don Nelson, Brian Bledsoe, Susana Ferreira, and Nathan Nibbelink published this piece discussing the barrier that natural infrastructure faces in Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability volume 45.

February 2020 — UGA Today Shines a Spotlight on Scott Pippin’s Septic Work

This past February, Scott Pippin’s research on septic systems was featured in UGA Today. His work highlights the need for better understanding how sea level rise and failing septic systems may lead to environmental contamination.