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SUMMER-ONLY MINOR/CERTIFICATE IN SUSTAINABILITY Whatever direction your field or major takes you, the Energy and Resources Group (ERG) Minor or Certificate in Sustainability will equip you with the tools to tackle a diverse set of core issues facing the world today. Sustainability is a practical and relevant topic that addresses the intersection of environmental, economic, […]


John Dees


John is interested in the geographic dimensions of environmental politics and policy. As an undergraduate researcher, he used geospatial tools to connect the environmental history of North Georgia to observed changes in land use. As a Masters candidate, his research explored the politics of distributed solar energy in conservative-leaning states. He is also very interested […]

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Collin Bode

Flatland Hydrology Model: A GIS-based Water Flow Model for Irrigated Lands (98 MS)