by Antonia Gentile | Feb 7, 2018 | Advocacy, Government, Law & Policy, Pace Students, Water
Students of the Pace University Environmental Policy Clinic conducted an investigation of the U.S. Coast Guard proposal to anchor oil barges on the Hudson. Six months later, the agency withdrew its proposal and began the proper studies the Clinic called for.
by John Cronin | Nov 15, 2017 | Education, International, Pace Students, Science
Despite the Trump administration’s “war on science,” Anne Toomey, Pace Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and Science, says good science should serve community.
by EarthDesk | Oct 20, 2017 | Animal Welfare, Law & Policy, Pace Students
Written and lobbied by the students of the Pace Environmental Clinic, the Elephant Protection Act is now law, making New York the first state to impose an outright ban on elephants in entertainment. “Taking a passion and turning it into legislation signed by the Governor is something I never imagined,” said former clinician and Pace masters in environmental policy student Nicole Virgona.