Upcoming Event on Nuclear Energy
Join the WashU Climate Change Program, in collaboration with the WashU Energy Alliance, to discuss what nuclear energy is, how it works, and how it fits into the overarching energy conversation. Learn more here.
Welcome to WUCCP
The Washington University Climate Change Program aims to expand scientific research, education and public understanding of climate change by connecting and informing a global network of institutions, scholars, practitioners, and community members.
We endeavor to reach communities within WashU and outside of WashU on a local, regional, and global scale by establishing both partnerships and connections and engaging with efforts to combat climate change.
We seek to connect WashU faculty of differing disciplines with each other and with outside opportunities, and we strive to promote the creation and dissemination of climate knowledge.
We aim to be an interdisciplinary resource to students with an interest in the study of climate and teachers with an interest in climate education. Interdisciplinary climate curricula will prepare the leaders of tomorrow to think critically and creatively when addressing the challenges that come their way.
Programs and Resources
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