The new book Catastrophic Incentives explores why society is underprepared for natural and human-made disasters.
Climate Archives - State of the Planet
A study based on Iceland’s Bruarjokull glacier investigates whether to rely on statistical models to provide accurate insights into glacier retreat.
The U.S. Southwest has suffered a historic drought over the past two decades. A new study elucidates the drivers, and says conditions will never return to those of the relatively wet 20th century.
Atmospheric scientist Michela Biasutti investigates what drives rainfall on a wide variety of time scales, and how climate change may affect it. She is passing on the basics to students.
An atmospheric scientist has been working to measure and mitigate a longtime health crisis afflicting much of the continent.
Atmospheric physicist Chia-Ying Lee is working to improve our understanding of how tropical cyclones will evolve in the future.
Scientists connected to the Climate School received notable accolades from the American Geophysical Union and the American Meteorological Society.
As the official university partner of this year’s Climate Week NYC, the Climate School has an exciting lineup of events planned for September 17-24.
A roundup of articles aimed at explaining what is happening, and why.