Education

Conservation
Carolyn Keller

Invasive Species: The Art of Attention

In a world fundamentally altered, and existentially threatened by climate change, it would benefit all of us to become far more adept at the art of care and careful attention – so that we stop creating problems we don’t know how to fix.

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Education
Donovan Aldridge

Science Through a New Lens

How a Paper Microscope is Paving the Way for Students, Teachers and Conservation One a cool Sunday in October of 2020, I did not rush inside to go watch any

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Education
Donovan Aldridge

ACEER: Bringing the Amazon Rainforest Home

The ACEER Foundation kicked off its Delaware Teachers Institute Summit at the Stroud Water Research Center in Avondale, Pennsylvania under the sweltering heat and stifling humidity of midsummer. The heat

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A Red-eyed, 17-year, Cicada
Education
ACEER

A Taste of Summer

Entomophagy, the practice of eating insects, is widely embraced by ethnic and indigenous communities in parts of Asia, Africa, and Latin America as a cheap and sustainable source of protein. Introducing more insects into the Western diet as a more sustainable food source is the way of the future.

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Conservation
ACEER

A Conversation on Climate Change

Where we are, where we are heading… Join Dr. Roger Mustalish and Dr. Paul Morgan of the ACEER Foundation as they discuss the ramifications of climate change on human health

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