Wednesday, Jun 24, 2020

As a Ph.D student in Zoology at University of Cambridge, David Williams was working on his doctoral dissertation on the trade-offs between food production, biodiversity, and ecosystems.

Monday, Jun 22, 2020

Ramón Cruz MPA ’02 recently was elected as the Sierra Club’s president of the Board of Directors. He is the first Latino president in the organization’s 128-year history.

Friday, Jun 12, 2020

As part of a series exploring the disciplinary variety of 2020 senior thesis research, PEI writes about the work of Princeton student Naomi Cohen-Shields '20 on air pollution in China. Working under the advising...

Tuesday, Jun 9, 2020
Princeton University researchers may have solved a long-standing mystery in conservation that could influence how natural lands are designated for the preservation of endangered species.
Thursday, May 14, 2020

Like an undulating seesaw, weather in some regions swings from drought to heavy rain under the weight of climate-induced changes, according to an analysis published in Geophysical Research Letters.

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Before the COVID-19 pandemic and the accompanying fall in oil prices, a carbon price would have been immediately painful for the countries that imposed it, but far better for everyone over the longer term. In this unprecedented moment, introducing a carbon price would be beneficial both now and for the future.

Friday, May 1, 2020

Prof. Denise Mauzerall speaks with PhysicsToday about the importance of studying air pollution data during the coronavirus lockdown to better understand the sources of pollution. 

Read the full article here.

Wednesday, Apr 29, 2020

Prof. Elke Weber was one of four Princeton University faculty recently elected to the National Academy of Sciences, a prestigious organization that recognizes and promotes outstanding science research. Election to membership recognizes the distinguished and continuing contributions individuals are making to original research in their fields.

Saturday, Apr 4, 2020

"COVID-19 has cast a global gloom by causing severe damage to health, the economy and general societal well-being. Temporarily, clean air provides some respite while a major portion of the world population remains indoors, abiding by social distancing norms.

Friday, Mar 13, 2020

The Chicago Tribune shares a New York Times piece on lessons from the coronavirus pandemic that can be applied to how we approach climate change. Prof. Elke Weber, behavioral psychologist and core faculty member of C-PREE, is quoted:

"[C]limate science, which deals in future probabilities, [is] 'hard to process and hard for us to be...

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