PEI awards new Climate and Energy Challenge projects, from the natural color-scape to the right words for climate changeJune 29, 2020 ・ Morgan Kelly
Four new projects funded by the Climate and Energy Grand Challenge program will explore topics such as the environmental impact of turbulence from offshore wind turbines, the effect of climate change on the natural color-scape, the efficient production of jet…
Solar and wind farms are popping up around the country to lower carbon emissions, and these renewables also have another important effect: keeping more water in the ground. A new Princeton University-led study in Nature Communications is among the first…
Each year, the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) supports senior-thesis research by students from departments across the University. This story is part of a series exploring the disciplinary variety of PEI-funded undergraduate research carried out by members of the Class of…
Ninety-six students representing 20 academic departments showcased their research and discussed their findings with fellow students and University faculty.
Drones, Thorns and New Orleans: PEI’s Summer of Learning Symposium features breadth of undergrad researchOctober 30, 2017
PEI’s internship program’s projects focused on global environmental challenges in the areas of policy and resilience, biodiversity and conservation, alternative energy, climate and oceans, and water, soil and human health.
China seeks to expand its solar-power supply by 2030, but severe air pollution is blocking the needed sunlight, according to Princeton research.
Ashley Dawson has been selected as the Princeton Environmental Institute’s 2017-18 Barron Visiting Professor in the Environment and the Humanities.
Methane, light and river trade: 2017 Walbridge Fund empowers innovative environmental graduate researchJuly 21, 2017 ・ Morgan Kelly
Five Princeton University graduate students have been selected to receive Walbridge Fund Graduate Awards from the Princeton Environmental Institute to support their doctoral research.
Princeton University researchers visited the BP-owned Sherbino Mesa II Wind Farm to understand the technical and financial aspects of wind power.