New research from Northeastern climate scientists suggests that the most recent generation of models is no better at predicting future outcomes than the older generation. But they have a solution.
Auroop Ganguly, an associate professor and extreme weather expert, discusses the newest report on climate change, which found that humans are almost certainly to blame for the global phenomenon.
Climate change may impact the incidence and severity of a toxic species of algae, according to research by recent environmental studies graduate Ashley Cryan.
Speaking during the Policy School’s Open Classroom series, retired Navy Rear Admiral David W. Titley drew parallels between climate and defense issues.
Three Northeastern students participated in the 18th United Nations Climate Change Conference in Doha, Qatar, which convened some 19,000 delegates from more than 190 nations.
Northeastern’s Open Classroom series, which analyzes a new public policy issue each semester, will take an interdisciplinary look at the challenges of solving climate change this spring.
Auroop Ganguly, an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, examines the role our planet’s changing climate plays in weather events like Hurricane Sandy.
In testifying before a Canadian panel, Northeastern professor Matthias Ruth brought new insight into the public’s thinking on a massive oil pipeline project.
The western and southern United States is currently experiencing the worst drought since 1988. We asked Auroop Ganguly, a professor of civil and environmental engineering, to explain the effects of climate change on drought and its impact on the environment.
Auroop Ganguly, an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, analyzed the relationship between global warming and last week’s heat wave.
Emily Rochon, ’13, champions renewable energy technologies and earned a global reputation for her research before arriving at Northeastern’s School of Law.
Following two co-op experiences working with remote-sensing technology, a Northeastern environmental science major sees her future clearly