A Carbon Dividend Is Better than a Carbon Tax (co-written by Assistant Professor of Economics Mark Paul)

May 15, 2019

A Carbon Dividend Is Better than a Carbon Tax

Assistant Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies Brad Oberle speaks at the Mosaic Nest at Robinson Preserve about an experiment his students conducted there.

New College faculty share results of carbon decay experiment

March 25, 2019

The data can help scientists learn how much carbon is being released into the air,…

Biology professor Brad Oberle and New College student Angela McTigue measure carbon absorption using tea bags.

Community carbon cycle project leads to student thesis work

January 7, 2019

A New College student is replicating a worldwide research project on nearby Tidy Island.

Assistant Professor Brad Oberle, right, and his students bury tea bags at Robinson Preserve as part of a study on the decay rate of plant material.

Tea time: Novel research could help understanding of climate change

October 1, 2018

New College biology students are participating in a worldwide research project that could eventually help…