The latest episode of the Engineering With Nature podcast, hosted by Sarah Thorne, features Deputy Lead of the Engineering With Nature Program Amanda Tritinger, Research Hydraulic Engineer Duncan Bryant, and Research Oceanographer Nick Cohn: a team united by their love of sand dunes.
S6 E7 A Conversation With Passionate Dune Stewards About This Episode If you’ve ever walked along […]
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Jointly advancing infrastructure and biodiversity conservation A team from the Network for Engineering With Nature recently […]
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A N-EWN team from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the University of Georgia recently […]
In late June, while preparing for this episode, there were over 500 wildfires burning across Canada. […]
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Patterns, drivers, and a predictive model of dam removal cost in the United States In past […]
The City of Boston is experiencing climate change and taking action to build urban resiliency through […]
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Last week, the Engineering With Nature® movement was referenced in an NPR article that covered the […]
It is with a heavy heart that we mourn the loss of Justin Ehrenwerth, a much-respected […]