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Illinois Climate Assessment Summary Webinar - May 17, 2021

Illinois is undergoing a rapid change in weather patterns that already has started to transform the state. A major scientific assessment by The Nature Conservancy, in collaboration with experts at…

From  Trenton Ford on 05/18/2021 119 plays 0  

Prairie Research Institute 2021 Briefing

The Prairie Research Institute applies scientific knowledge and data in geology, ecology and biodiversity, archaeology, water, weather and climate, and sustainable energy to benefit the people,…

From  Tricia Barker on 01/19/2021 44 plays

Emma Robbins, "Water Scarcity & COVID-19 at the Navajo Nation"

Clean running water on the Navajo Nation has been an ongoing challenge for decades, and even today one in three families still do not have a sink and a toilet. The Navajo Water Project was started in…

From  Maria Dorofeeva on 12/2/2020 10 plays 0  

Eric T. Freyfogle, "Water, Community, and the Culture of Owning"

Professor Freyfogle is the author or editor of a dozen books dealing with issues of humans and nature, some focused on legal aspects, others reaching to larger cultural and social issues. In this…

From  Maria Dorofeeva on 10/16/2020 12 plays 0  

Courtney Cuthbertson, "Toxic Water and Corroded Trust: Stress and Mental Health in the Flint Water Crisis"

Using the sociological framing of the stress process model, this presentation will share findings from a mixed methods study of mental health among Flint residents during the…

From  Maria Dorofeeva on 10/8/2020 89 plays 0  

The Price of Bounty, 1991 - Digital Surrogates from the Agriculture, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences Videotape File, Series 8/1/59

Digital Surrogates from the Agriculture, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences Videotape File, Series 8/1/59 The Price of Bounty, 1991 Digitized version of The Price of Bounty, an educational…

From  University Archives on 12/21/2017 165 plays 0  


U of I water quality researcher Laura Christianson explains how a bioreactor functions.

From  Debra Larson on 10/7/2016 120 plays 0  

It's More than a Well

Engineers Without Borders, an international humanitarian organization that assists developing countries with engineering projects, sent students and faculty advisors from the University of Illinois…

From  Joel Steinfeldt on 08/6/2015 5 plays 0