Climate change likely to drive more floods in some parts of the U.S., fewer in others

Flooding in Fenton, Missouri, in 2008

Getting to net-zero, in the U.S. and the world


‘This is what saving the planet looks like’: Retreat offers lens into the future of sustainable infrastructure

Guided tour

Earth Day at home

Illustration of Princeton researchers Jesse Jenkins, Forrest Meggers, and Denise Mauzerall

Princeton researchers investigate the impacts of climate change on biodiversity

Cassie Stoddard with her students, in the woods, looking at their computer.

What climate choices should cities prioritize? A Princeton data tool does the carbon math.

Minneapolis-St. Paul skyline

Going deep: Princeton lays the foundation for a ‘net-zero’ campus

Nassau Hall geo exchange

Net-Zero America: How state policymakers can use data from Princeton’s pioneering study to meet climate goals

Net Zero report

Majka Burhardt ’98 is moving mountains to partner with Indigenous peoples on their ecosystems

Majka Burhardt '98