NAU launches a new non-credit certificate program in greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting. The professional certificate is fully online and self-paced! A series of four courses train professionals on the best practices and requirements for quantifying, reporting and analyzing the GHG emissions associated with a company and how to use reported emissions to design effective emission reduction strategies. GHG accounting skills… Read more
Past & Present Climate Change
Can plants tell us about local carbon dioxide emissions? A new collaborative grant will find out!
50 NAU delegates participate in the National Diversity in STEM (SACNAS) conference in Puerto Rico
Undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, and NAU President Cruz Rivera closed out this year’s SACNAS conference – an excellent opportunity for students to experience true diversity and inclusion as they consider next steps in their careers! The delegation… Read more
NAU’s environmental science and climate degrees in the top 20 “Degrees of the Future”
Our Environmental Science and Climate Change degrees are ranked in the top 20 nationally in GIZMODO’s “Degrees of the Future 2022.”
Check out our Undergraduate degrees in Environmental Sciences (you can choose a Climate Science emphasis!), or our Graduate degrees in Climate Science and Solutions, Environmental Sciences and Policy, or Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability.
Associate Professor Nick McKay recognized for research and open science contributions
Congratulations to Dr. Nick McKay for receiving the American Quaternary Association’s Eric Grimm Award for Excellence in Open Science and Data Stewardship. This new award recognizes an outstanding scientist with demonstrated excellence in research and an exemplary commitment to advancing open science.
NAU’s Darrell Kaufman lead author on IPCC global climate change report
Climate Change 2021: Physical Science Basis, just released by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, is in the news a lot these days. Head over to NAU News to learn more from SES Regents’ Professor Darrell Kaufman, who was a lead author on the report involving 200 scientists from 66 countries.