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Press Release 11-228
National Science Foundation Makes First Awards in Sustainability Research Coordination Networks Program

Grants are integral to NSF Science, Engineering and Education for Sustainability (SEES) effort

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Image of dirt road lined with stones through Kuoso's plantation of jatropha in Yucatan, Mexico.

Pan American bioenergy sustainability will be studied by NSF SEES-RCN scientists.

Credit: David Shonnard, Michigan Technological University


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Illustration and text: world map and photos with title Water Network and words Societal and Natural.

Water resources are coupled with natural and societal processes, within a political reality.

Credit: Water Diplomacy at Tufts University


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Photo of a river crossing forested hills.

NSF SEES-RCN awardees will study the Marcellus shale site's hydrology and geochemistry.

Credit: National Park Service


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Photo of an environmental decision-making forum in India.

A panchayet (assembly of wise elders) at an environmental decision-making forum in India.

Credit: SaciWaters


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Images and text: Photos of manufacturing with the words Sustainable Manufacturing.

NSF SEES-RCN scientists will conduct research on advances in sustainable manufacturing.

Credit: Yinlun Huang, Cache Corporation


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Photo of people gathered around sign Yellowstone National Park with the National Park Service logo.

Women and environmental sustainability: the subject of an NSF SEES-RCN grant.

Credit: Gillian Bowser, Colorado State University


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