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Purdue researchers host climate change negotiation simulation at U.N. convention

May 10, 2018

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Climate change is no joke, but an interdisciplinary team of researchers from Purdue University is using a serious game to help United Nations delegates understand how their decisions will impact the world in the future. A team consisting of faculty and graduate students with the Purdue Climate Change Research Center and […]

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Report: Climate change poses health risks for all Hoosiers

April 5, 2018

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Over the coming decades, higher temperatures, more extreme weather events and reduced air quality due to climate change in Indiana will likely pose significant health risks for all Hoosiers – and especially children, the elderly, people with chronic health conditions and low-income families – according to the latest report from the […]

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Climate change impacts report: Indiana will continue to get warmer, wetter

March 1, 2018

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Indiana’s climate has grown wetter and warmer in recent decades and these trends will dramatically accelerate, with dozens of days each year exceeding 95 degrees F by mid-century, according to the initial report of the Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment. The report, called “Indiana’s Past and Future Climate,” addresses historical patterns […]

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