Environmental Engineering has a significant impact on society from the local community to the global community. All aspects of our daily life are influenced by environmental engineering from the water and energy that we use everyday and the wastes we produce. Environmental engineers seek innovative and sustainable approaches to benefit society.
Welcome to Coyote Valley. A key wildlife corridor connecting connecting the Diablo Range and the Santa Cruz Mountains. Coyote Valley is located just south of the city of San Jose, before you get to Morgan Hill, along Highway 101. Coyote Valley is extremely important to keep its open space, because it’s a biodiversity hotspot. Here […]
– They don’t baby us when we’re here, they let us actually jump into the work and get our hands dirty. (pop music) I’m passionate about the environment, I consider myself an environmentalist and I wanted to see what people do in the real world dealing with environmental issues and Santee Cooper being a utility […]
Throughout this course, we have identified how climates are affected by latitude, atmospheric pressure, and elevation. In this video, we will establish how these three ideas combine to create extreme ranges in environmental conditions within each nation of Latin America. In addition, we will explore how climate is a major factor in determining the distribution […]
I’m Dick Hutto, professor in biology and wildlife biology. I’ve been at the University for about 35 years, taught ornithology, ecology, field ecology. My research in the past involved the ecology of migratory songbirds that breed here in Montana and winter south in Mexico, trying to figure out the effect of tropical deforestation on migratory […]
We’re Ocean’s 4 from the Philippines! People polluted the oceans with both liquids and solids that formed oceanic garbage patches all over the world. The garbage affected climate, poisoned marine life, along with their human consumers. So, say hello to Project PaWiKAN! An autonomous fleet system for worldwide oceanic garbage collection. We track patches with […]
I’m an avid outdoorswoman, I love anything outdoors. I knew that I wanted to have a career where I could protect that and be a part of preserving our wild spaces and OSU gave me that for sure. I chose Oregon State because they had such a high ranked online program and I felt that […]
(piano music) (upbeat drum music) – So, I’m Lee Kats, I’m a biologist at Pepperdine. We’re on our way to La Selva Biological Station, a lowland Caribbean based research station. Where the group of students and biologists are gonna study poison dart frogs. – We’re all researchers based in California. And so, what we’re coming […]
I do research on environmental economics. I examine how policies can be better designed to be more effective and cost effective to reduce emissions and improve livelihoods. I’ve been very passionate about this issue going back to when I was a young child and I would go for hikes in mountains with my parents. I […]
I was crazy enough to go back to school of my late 30s. I changed the trajectory for me and my family. It was the best decision I ever made. Thank You WSU Tri-Cities I’m Geoff Schramm, and I’m an environmental scientist.