Native Americans did not make large-scale changes to environment prior to European contact

Contrary to long-held beliefs, humans did not make major changes to the landscape prior to European colonization, according to new research conducted in New England featuring faculty at Binghamton University, State University of New York. These new insights into the past could help to inform how landscapes are managed in the future.

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Local activism can’t be crushed, research finds. At most, it changes target

New research by Fabrizio Perretti and Alessandro Piazza in the Strategic Management Journal finds that when community activists reach their goals, they galvanize; when they fail, mobilization does not fade away, but spills over to other industries

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Local activism can’t be crushed, research finds. At most, it changes target

New research by Fabrizio Perretti and Alessandro Piazza in the Strategic Management Journal finds that when community activists reach their goals, they galvanize; when they fail, mobilization does not fade away, but spills over to other industries

Read more

Local activism can’t be crushed, research finds. At most, it changes target

New research by Fabrizio Perretti and Alessandro Piazza in the Strategic Management Journal finds that when community activists reach their goals, they galvanize; when they fail, mobilization does not fade away, but spills over to other industries

Read more