Climate Change


This ever-growing collection of lectures is curated around the political and public debate regarding climate change and the ideas our scientists and thought leaders have for taking action in response. Options change as we learn more and as political attitudes evolve. Here you will find an archive of ideas from mitigation to reducing emissions; adaptation to damage already caused by global warming and extreme weather events; thoughtful ideas from the Design community and opinions from climate change activists.

Learn more about the Kyoto Protocol, (1997) signed by most countries and aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and the latest on The Paris Agreement (2015), including which countries have ratified its principals.

Related Collections from NPR and PBS: NPR Special Series: Global Warming NOVA & FRONTLINE: What’s Up with the Weather?

Image credit: Map “2030 Coastal Flood Depth” courtesy of Boston Harbor Now


This ever-growing collection of lectures is curated around the political and public debate regarding climate change and the ideas our scientists and thought leaders have for taking action in response. Options change as we learn more and as political attitudes evolve. Here you will find an archive of ideas from mitigation to reducing emissions; adaptation to damage already caused by global warming and extreme weather events; thoughtful ideas from the Design community and opinions from climate change activists.

Learn more about the Kyoto Protocol, (1997) signed by most countries and aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and the latest on The Paris Agreement (2015), including which countries have ratified its principals.

Related Collections from NPR and PBS: NPR Special Series: Global Warming NOVA & FRONTLINE: What’s Up with the Weather?

Image credit: Map “2030 Coastal Flood Depth” courtesy of Boston Harbor Now