Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Sciences’ Professor Peter Raymond was lead author on “Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Inland Waters”, published in Nature. An ecosystem ecologist,” Raymond tracks carbon, the element most closely associated with life, as it makes its way between living
Linda Mearns has served as lead or co-convening lead author on several Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reports and shared in the 2007 Nobel Peace prize. Mearns is director of the Weather and Climate Impacts Assessment Science Program and a senior scientist in NCAR’s Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences.
In 1992, William Nordhaus published the first integrated assessment model (IAM) that reconciled investments to stem global warming with their economic consequences. Using outputs from climate scientists’ models as inputs for economists’ models…
Understanding the global carbon budget is vital for managing climate change. Understanding the processes that regulate the carbon budget is critical to devising long-term conservation, mitigation, and restoration strategies. It is well known that through biogeochemical cycling processes, ecosystems around the globe …
The Yale Climate and Energy Institute will host a panel discussion on how global warming will affect New England in the 21st century and how the region is preparing for the coming changes. The meeting will take place at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, in Burke Auditorium of Kroon Hall, on 195 Prospect Street in New Haven and include short talks by climate and infrastructure experts and a panel discussion with Senator Chris Murphy.
Join us for a discussion of these topics with panelists:
– Senator Chris Murphy (D, CT)
Yale and Google will co-host a two-day workshop addressing the emergence of geotechnology in addressing global problems on February 21-22.