Center for Global Change Science
The color changes reflect significant shifts in essential marine ecosystems.
A new platform will unite climate models, impact predictions, random control trial evaluations, and humanitarian services to bring cutting-edge tools to Bangladeshi communities.
To better inform local policy in the face of changing weather extremes, MIT researchers seek to advance the modeling of long-term weather risks.
At the Henry W. Kendall Memorial Lecture, biostatistician Francesca Dominici illuminates the interplay between air pollution, environmental injustice, and Covid-19.
High-scoring 100&Change applications featured in Bold Solutions Network.
Experts assess potential global destabilization caused by climate change impacts on water supplies, land use, and migration.
A 50-year dry spell has reversed, with more rain to come.
Study finds many species may die out and others may migrate significantly as ocean acidification intensifies.
Director of the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology will deliver the 15th annual Henry W. Kendall Lecture.