Harrison Fell Grant Announcement
ARE Associate Professor and CEnREP affiliate Harrison Fell is among the recipients of an interdisciplinary RISF grant to study energy storage and human health impacts.
Bee Colony Collapse and Market Adaptation
ARE's Wally Thurman and co-authors Randal Rucker and Michael Burgett assess the effects, or lack thereof, of colony collapse on agricultural markets and pollination fees.
Another Casualty of Climate Change? Recreational Fishing
Econometric research from ARE's Roger von Haefen and Oregon State's Steven Dundas show an adverse affect on recreation participation, specifically fishing, during extreme heat.
A U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement: Potential Benefits to U.S. Beef
Blake Brown breaks down the implications of the U.S.-Japan trade deal on the beef industry.
Guiteras Analyzes the Efficacy of Recent WASH Interventions
Guiteras was part of a group that assessed the implications of three large, recent WASH (Water, Sanitation, Hygiene) trials of unprecedented scale and cost.
Public Support for Gene Drives in Agriculture Tied to Limits
Zack Brown and his grad student, Mike Jones, have results from the first national survey assessing American attitudes toward agricultural gene drives. Find out which gene edited foods consumers prefer and how much gene editing is considered too much.
ARE Applauds PSI Groundbreaking
The Plant Sciences Initiative will create opportunities to innovate and solve problems. Our department recognizes the incredible impact the PSI will have on the NC economy and beyond.
County Tax Study Outlines Growth Impact
Mitch Renkow provides an analysis of the impacts of growing residential developments in the study “The Cost of Community Services in Moore County.”
Building the Great Warships: NC Timber from Colonial Times to Now
Since the time it was a colony, lumber has played an important role in the North Carolina economy. Find out how lumber exports from NC shaped world history.
Transmission Lines Carry Improvements to Local Air Quality
Quantifying the boost in the environmental value of wind energy from uncongested transmission networks was the goal of a recent study by CEnREP Interim Director Harrison Fell and colleagues at UC Davis and the University of Colorado Boulder.