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More 2022 News

January

Using soil to better serve people and the planet (Rattan Lal)

February 

Readout of White House Climate Science Roundtable on Countering “Delayism” and Communicating the Urgency of Climate Action (Kerry Ard)
White House science office to hold first event on countering climage change denial and delay (Kerry Ard)
The Psychology of Placing EV Chargers Along Roads Less Traveled (Nicole Sintov)
How racialized trauma functions as a barrier to enjoying nature (Alia Dietsch, Everly Jazi)
The perilous migratory journey of the eastern whip-poor-will (Chris Tonra, Aaron Skinner, Steve Matthews)
Canaries in a coal mine: Energy transitions in Appalachian coal regions, and a roadmap for the rocky transition out of coal (Linda Lobao)

March

Graduate student recognized for exceptional teaching (Jai Tiarks)
Gift to benefit Ohio State's School of Environment and Natural Resources (Gabriel Karns, Jeff Sharp)
Documentary on Ohio water affordability debuts on World Water Day (Ramiro Berardo)
As Life Returns to Normal, There’s One Major COVID-19 Risk We’re Ignoring (Robyn Wilson)

April

Expanding Affordable Data Collection: SENR Subject Pool Now Available to SI Affiliated Faculty (Nicole Sintov)

May

 

June

Majority of farm families worry about major medical expenses, and it could threaten their farm business (Florence Becot and Shoshanah Inwood)
Sustainable soil movement grows at COP15 on land desertification and drought (Rattan Lal)
No longer a gray area: This study confirms walleye prefer certain colors (Suzanne Gray)
Ohio State studies show which color lures Lake Erie anglers should use to catch walleye (Suzanne Gray)
Sustainability Grants Support Faculty Research (Doug Jackson-Smith and Yanlan Liu)

July

3 of the most beautiful places in state and why all Ohioans should love them |Opinion (David Tomashefski)
A Closer Look at Rural Populations: Multistate Research Monitors Changes and Issues Affecting Rural Areas (Linda Lobao)
Coal communities are changing, so a project is capturing residents’ stories (Jeffrey Jacquet)

August 

Toman Appointed Interim Director of the School of Environment and Natural Resources (Eric Toman)
Ohio State leading new $15 million project to study carbon farming as climate change solution (Rattan Lal and CFAES Rattan Lal Center for Carbon Management and Sequestration)

September

Alumni News | Ryan Wagner turns his grad school, camera focus on mudpuppy salamanders (Ryan Wagner)
Ohio State researchers study how farmers adapt to climate change (Robyn Wilson)