- May 8, 2023
Water is critical for survival and yet, in a warming world, we find some places have too little and some have too much how do we solve for this grand challenge? Watch this episode of Our Future, Transformed featuring Dr. Fernando Miralles-Wilhelm, Dean of the College of Science.
- May 30, 2023
Celso Ferreira in George Mason University's College of Engineering and Computing is studying the impact of climate change on jobs in the Chesapeake Bay region.
- March 31, 2023
A biostatistics graduate student spearheaded a weather station installation, to monitor the cherry trees at Mason Pond and study climate change.
- New Academic Program Lets Students Design Their Own Energy and Climate Change Policy Area of EmphasisAugust 25, 2022
Students who want to study solutions to climate change and energy issues can now create their own course. Energy and Climate Policy, is open to graduate students as well as undergraduates and launches in the Spring of 2023.
- March 30, 2022
George Mason University will bring its array of resources and expertise to bear in the state’s efforts to increase resilience to the impacts of climate change with the creation of the Virginia Climate Center.
- Climate change poses a real danger to U.S. national security, and the Virginia economy in particular, Mason scientist saysFebruary 23, 2022
Rising sea levels as a result of climate change are a national security threat and imperil the Virginia economy.
- February 17, 2022
The results of climate change are creating Big Problems for policy makers. The Schar School has been teaching climate change as a national security problem, and governments should respond accordingly.
- February 9, 2022
As a junior and senior at Annandale High School in Virginia, Emily Sample spent her summers as a docent at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. She was a teenager who had just lost a friend to police violence, she said, and joining the museum’s Young Ambassadors Program resonated with her.
“I was fascinated and continue to be fascinated by this highly illogical idea of genocide,” said Sample, a PhD candidate at George Mason University’s Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution.
- February 4, 2022
Study abroad students traveled to Scotland to participate and observe the climate change conference COP26. Here’s why, and what they learned.
- January 12, 2022
Ted Dumas, an associate professor of psychology and an experienced researcher, reveals foods we are losing to climate change, how a pooping bear in Japan can help keep cherries from extinction, and that if we do nothing about the climate, most of the US could be uninhabitable by 2100.