Effects of climate change demand holistic adaptation response
Princeton hosted a day-long workshop on climate adaptation that drew 37 academics, researchers, architects, economists, and industry consultants to the Andlinger Center on October 27.
At the conference, presenters shared the latest research on climate change’s global impact, such as tropical cyclones, heat waves in cities, and melting polar ice caps. Speakers also presented ideas on adapting infrastructure for present and future dangers for coastal regions to cities and other communities, and brainstormed how Princeton can amplify its existing resources on campus to better serve stakeholders and students. Read more here.