Assessing Global Change
Our independent, integrative assessments aid decision-makers in confronting multiple, interwoven challenges.
Our state-of-the-art models and analytical methods project global changes and potential risks under different policy scenarios.
Simulates the interplay between Earth and human systems
Simulates physical, dynamical and chemical processes in the atmosphere, land, ocean and cryosphere
Simulates the evolution of economic, demographic, trade and technological processes
Analytical methods to quantify risk at global and regional scales
Joint Program News
Applying carbon charges, not trade tariffs, to imports would bolster the Paris Agreement, argue Michael Mehling and colleagues. (Nature) [Coverage: Inside Climate News]
Joint Program faculty affiliate Valerie Karplus and experts at Duke and Wharton discuss her new study on environmental regulation compliance in China
Joint Program faculty affiliate Noelle Selin: Health co-benefits could be an added incentive for individual countries to take action on climate. (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Radio Report