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      The UNC Institute for the Environment fosters and conducts collaborations with faculty, students and staff across the university and through public and private partnerships to identify and solve the world’s environmental challenges and sustain and improve the environment.

      Through IE’s air and water research centers, our public service and outreach, the field sites and experiential education programs, we provide interdisciplinary forums for faculty, students and community partners to meet pressing environmental challenges.

      Photo: Kaylyn Gootman, left, a PhD candidate in curriculum for the environment and ecology, works with junior environmental science major Savannah Swinea from Cornelius on a streambed clogging experiment in a Chapman Hall lab on June 22, 2017, in Chapel Hill. (Johnny Andrews/UNC-Chapel Hill)

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