Dr. Thomas Lovejoy is featured in The Guardian

Dr. Thomas Lovejoy, Professor in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy, writes about the global consequences of degrading biodiversity in The Guardian.

“The time has come to halt the degradation of biodiversity which sustains humanity and the rest of life on Earth. We need to take on planetary scale efforts to safeguard the living global commons through massive campaigns to restore ecosystems and reduce the atmospheric load of C02. That would not only reduce the global rate of extinction to one approximating its normal, historic rate, but undergird sustainable development. The destinies of life on Earth and of humanity are inextricably intertwined.”

Read the full article: https://www.theguardian.com/the-gef-partner-zone/2016/aug/25/crossing-the-living-boundary

Important Dates for Students

FALL 2019 Semester

First day of classes: Aug 26

Labor Day (University Closed): Sep 2

Fall Break (Mon classes/labs meet Tues and Tues classes do not meet this week): Oct 14

Thanksgiving recess (No Classes): Nov 27 – Dec 1

Last day of classes: Dec 7

Reading Day(s): Dec 9 – 10

Final Exam Period: Dec 11 – 18

For more information, go to: https://registrar.gmu.edu/calendars/fall-2019/