Carbon Mitigation Initiative

News Articles

This page contains links to news articles covering research conducted by CMI faculty, staff researchers, graduate students and members of the Advisory Council.

Climate Policy Simulator Forces Users to Confront Ethics and Science Behind Policy Choices

A Dangerous Moment for Climate Change and for Science

Sarmiento Leading Effort to Unmask the Mysteries of the Southern Ocean

Shared Traits of Abandoned Gas, Oil Wells Could Aid Cheaper, More Effective Cleanup

PEI Faculty Seminar Series Video: Competition, Hydraulic Damage, and the Universal Rules Regulating Plant Water Use

Researchers Predict Growing Number of Hurricane Sandy-Like Storm Surges in Future

Ice Cores Reveal a Slow Decline in Atmospheric Oxygen Over the Last 800,000 Years

The Next Four Years: the Environment and Climate Change

Hurricanes Are Worse, but Experience, Gender and Politics Determine if You Believe It

With Droughts and Downpours, Climate Change Feeds Chesapeake Bay Algal Blooms

New Tool Puts a Consistent Value on Experts' Uncertainty on Climate Change Models

CMI Holds 15th Annual Meeting

Ocean Currents Push Phytoplankton — and Pollution — Around the Globe Faster Than Thought

Trees' Internal Water Pipes Predict Which Species Survive Drought

New Warnings on Rising Seas

Massive Network of Robotic Ocean Probes Gets Smart Upgrade

Princeton Researchers Go to the End of the Earth for the World's Oldest Ice

Interview with Postdoc Gauthier on Plants and Climate Change

FACULTY AWARD: Carter, Celia Elected to National Academy of Engineering

Q&A: Fighting the Zika Virus

Ocean Fertilization Could Be a Zero-Sum Game

In Rainforests, Battle for Sunlight Shapes Forest Structure

Princeton Profiles: Dan Steingart, Exploring Batteries With Creativity

Last update: January 04 2017
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