Posts Tagged ‘environmental economics’

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    Green Blog: Stronger than the Storm?

    Sep 4, 13 • 263 Views • Environment, UncategorizedNo Comments

    By Amy Tourgee, guest blogger, Kent Place School alumna and Environmental Studies undergraduate at Princeton University Well, Labor Day weekend has come and gone, meaning summer has finally come to an end. Pools are closing, kids are going back to school,

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    Green Blog: Sustainability of Fisheries

    Aug 28, 13 • 220 Views • EnvironmentNo Comments

    By Amy Tourgee, guest blogger, Kent Place School alumna and Environmental Studies undergraduate at Princeton University One thing I’m really going to miss about summer is eating lots of seafood. I can’t say I ever really eat the fish at Princeton’s

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    Green Blog: Man vs. Wild

    Jul 31, 13 • 173 Views • EnvironmentNo Comments

    By Amy Tourgee, guest blogger, Kent Place School alumna and Environmental Studies undergraduate at Princeton University I remember something that really struck me in Kenya was a tension between humans and wildlife. As a foreigner, you see the wildlife as such

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    Green Blog: Every Rose Has Its Thorn

    Jul 24, 13 • 188 Views • EnvironmentNo Comments

    By Amy Tourgee, guest blogger, Kent Place School alumna and Environmental Studies undergraduate at Princeton University One of the most fun field trips we took abroad in Kenya was a day trip to a rose farm in Nanyuki, Kenya – on the slopes of Mt. Kenya. 

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    Green Blog: Supply and Demand of the Rhino Horn

    Jul 17, 13 • 226 Views • Demand, Supply, and Markets, Environment, RegulationNo Comments

    By Amy Tourgee, guest blogger, Kent Place School alumna and Environmental Studies undergraduate at Princeton University Hi again! Although I’ve been on a bit of a hiatus because of Kenya’s limited internet connectivity, I’m back for a while now posting