After months of researching and analyzing China’s notorious air pollution for her Princeton senior thesis, Naomi Cohen-Shields stepped off a plane in Beijing in December 2019 to a shockingly clear sky. Her gaze fell across the unencumbered skyline of the…
A survey of offshore installations extracting oil and natural gas in the North Sea revealed far more leakage of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, than currently estimated by the British government, according to a research team led by scientists from…
China seeks to expand its solar-power supply by 2030, but severe air pollution is blocking the needed sunlight, according to Princeton research.
The use of synthetic natural gas instead of coal in China could improve air quality and public health due to air pollution, but it would also markedly increase CO2 emissions, with damaging implications for the climate.
The PEI-STEP Program provides participating graduate students with an enhanced skill-set and interdisciplinary perspective, making them more effective and versatile to address environmental problems in careers as scientists, educators, policy makers, and business professionals.
New research by Denise Mauzerall and colleagues indicates China could improve air quality by reducing residential emissions.
Q&A with Michael Oppenheimer and Denise Mauzerall about the Paris Climate Agreement.
The global population is expected to increase by two to three billion people by 2050, a projection raising serious concerns about sustainable development, biodiversity and food security.