What do dusty solar panels, biomass cookstoves, biogas-fueled sanitation systems, and renewable project finance have in common? Each is featured in a new volume of energy access case studies from Duke University student authors.
Researchers conducting studies in another culture run the risk of their surveys getting lost in translation. But with some careful collaboration, common pitfalls can be avoided, says Duke Global Health Institute affiliate João Ricardo Vissoci.
Tamika Galanis's exhibition One Hurricane Season is part of an ongoing project that the artist/documentarian describes as her life’s work, centering around the representation and history of her native Bahamas.
During the first two years of the Trump administration, international trade and global policy have started swerving. But the roots of these seemingly drastic changes – including renewed calls for nationalism in the United States and abroad – actually lie...
Global warming is projected to spawn more extreme wet and dry weather around the world, according to a recent study in the Journal of Climate by scientists at Rutgers University, Duke University and the Georgia Institute of Technology.