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Tuesday, Nov 17, 2020

Geeta Persad completed her PhD in Atmospheric and Oceanic Studies from Princeton in 2016.

Monday, Nov 16, 2020
People around the world, especially in developing countries in Africa, Asia, and South America, consume wild game, or bushmeat, whether out of necessity, as a matter of taste preference, or, in the case of particularly desirable wildlife species, to connote a certain social status.
Monday, Nov 16, 2020

Countries across the globe have been struggling to deal with the impact of Covid-19 and its accompanying economic slowdown. As economies “build back better,” it may be an opportune time to introduce carbon pricing to tackle climate change, according to new Princeton University policy...

Wednesday, Oct 28, 2020

Given the way this year has gone so far, reflecting on 2012 might incite a sense of enviable nostalgia. Eight years ago, Americans were listening to upbeat Top 40 hits like Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” and PSY’s “Gangnam Style...

Thursday, Oct 15, 2020

Environmental challenges have galvanized activity across Princeton’s campus in recent years like few other issues in our history. From physical, biological and applied sciences to art, architecture, psychology, policy and more, research groups across the University are tackling some of the toughest problems facing humanity with the fullest...

Tuesday, Oct 13, 2020
Articles by two C-PREE faculty were featured in the November/December 2020 issue of the magazine Foreign Affairs. The topic of this issue was "What are We Missing? Predicting the Next Crisis." 
Monday, Oct 12, 2020
Open Borders Strengthen Developing Countries Economically

As the planet continues to warm, people living in the world’s most vulnerable regions — like arid or low-lying nations — must contend with the decision to stay in a place where livability is decreasing or leave for countries with more stable climate and economic conditions.

Sunday, Sep 27, 2020

While climate change has been with us far longer than Covid-19, the response to the pandemic could present an opportunity to begin building a greener, more equitable economy. Yet significant roadblocks exist, from some people’s distrust of science to opposing political views on how to tackle the issue.

Monday, Sep 21, 2020
Princeton’s vital research across the spectrum of environmental issues is today and will continue to be pivotal to solving some of humanity’s toughest problems. Our impact is built on a long, deep, broad legacy of personal commitment, intellectual leadership, perseverance and innovation.
Friday, Aug 14, 2020
Princeton’s vital research across the spectrum of environmental issues is today and will continue to be pivotal to solving some of humanity’s toughest problems. Our impact is built on a long, deep, broad legacy of personal commitment, intellectual leadership, perseverance and innovation.

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