On Oct. 9, adults and youth attending Indiana University’s Science Fest learned about the relationship between soil, worms, and ecosystem health and were invited to participate in the Bookworms community science project. The exhibit was organized by the Environmental Resilience Institute and IUPUI School of Science.
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Indiana University is collaborating on a new Climate Adaptation Science Center (CASC) funded by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and dedicated to advancing science in response to the climate crisis in the Midwest.
On Sept. 23, Indiana University’s Environmental Resilience Institute (ERI) received the state’s most prestigious environmental award for its work in helping Indiana communities prepare for climate change.
On Aug. 23, with temperatures soaring above 90 degrees throughout Indiana, local government staff and volunteers in Clarksville and Richmond, including seniors and school-age children, set out by bike and by car with an unusual goal in mind: gathering local temperature data.
Hurricanes, wildfires, heatwaves, and drought. Keeping up with climate-related news this summer sometimes felt like drinking from a firehose. To help listeners make sense of the latest climate news, In This Climate podcast returns for its third season.
SPEA /Public and Environmental Affairs, Paul H. O’Neill Graduate Center