SBU Research Leads the Way on Climate Change

SBU Research Leads the Way on Climate Change

As the world awaits President Trump’s decision on continued US participation in the Paris Accord, the landmark global warming agreement signed in 2015, Stony Brook researchers continue to pioneer discoveries that shed light on pressing climate issues.

Stony Brook’s commitment to collaborative research yields dividends that expand knowledge and create real-world impact in the fields of environmental science and energy. Read about some recent discoveries and initiatives:

Climate Change Threatening Humans Through Toxic Algae Spread
Caribbean Bats Would Need 8 Million Years to Recover from Extinctions
Creating a Sustainable Earth: Batteries Included
SBU Study Says Climate Change is Major Factor in Predicting Future Drought
Activity of a New Synthetic Compound May Be Key to Cleaner Nuclear Energy
Stony Brook’s Got the Power: How One University Earned Four Major Energy Research Awards in Less Than a Year
SoMAS’ Ellen Pikitch Leads Groundbreaking Work in Ocean Conservation
Physics Discovery Could Improve Solar Cells
Climate and Ecosystem Instability Delayed Dinosaur Success

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