Developing forecasting tools and models to predict the effects of climate change requires intense data analysis among teams of people.
Creating strategies for residents to help their businesses, cities, farms and neighborhoods adapt to changes in weather, rivers and soil conditions demands collaborative action both in the field and in the lab.
Devising new methods of communicating with Indiana populations about environmental change means working with diverse sources to formulate strategies.
Achieving these goals requires funding. While Indiana University’s Grand Challenges program provides a foundation for much of the beginning this work, the institute welcomes your contributions to ensure our success.