This page contains honors theses produced by senior Environmental Studies majors. For a list of all honors theses since 2011, click here.

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Theses from 2020

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The Origins and Dynamics of Phosphorus in Maine’s Lake Auburn Watershed, Lars Gundersen

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Decolonization, Resurgence, and Climate Adaptation: Confronting Settler Colonialism in the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw Tribe’s Climate-Induced Resettlement, Margaret O'Shea

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This Land is My Land: racism and antiracism in farmland succession in Auburn, Maine, Jesse Bull Saffeir

Theses from 2019

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Heat and Light in the City of the Future: A Feasibility Study of Renewable Energy in Lewiston, Maine, Haley Crim

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A Struggle for Dignity on the Land: Living Histories of Southern Agricultural Exploitation and Farmworker Resistance in North Carolina, Erin Rosalind Hazlett-Norman

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Sense of Place in Kennedy Park: the Role of Urban Green Space in the Tree Streets Neighborhood, Dylan Peter Metsch-Ampel

Theses from 2018

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Refugees, Racialization, and Resistance: Examining Lewiston, Maine’s Farmers’ Market, Zsofia Duarte

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Native Youth Contributions to Indigenous Sovereignty and Climate Justice in the #noDAPL Movement, Mary Rebecca Ferguson

Theses from 2016

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A Century of National Park Conflict: Class, Geography, and the Changing Values of Conservation Discourse in Maine, Adam R. Auerbach

Theses from 2015

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Wastelands: Managing Trash and Humans on the US-Mexico Border, Gabriel Scott Nudel

Theses from 2014

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Why Haiti?: A case study of human processes in a "natural" disaster, Lucy Louisa Brennan

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Assessing the Landscape: In Search of a Coherent Value Theory for Environmental Ethics, Alex J. Hamilton

Theses from 2013

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Protecting Life: A Metaphorical Analysis of the Pro-Life Abortion Movement and the Conservation Movement, Holly W. McLaughlin Ms.

Theses from 2012

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World Bank-NGO Entanglements in Ecuador’s Intag Region: Engagements that Favor a World Bank Hegemony or NGO Agency?, Corey James Creedon