Climate Change Institute

Founding Year: 2015

Staff: 7


Mark Howden (Director)

The Climate Change Institute is the “hub of climate change research at the University of Maine.” It provides “scientific information and accessible tools related to the climate sciences used throughout the state of Maine and around the world.” Its research activities such as “field, laboratory, and modeling studies” are supported by grants from a variety of sources. It strives to “contribute to climate change solutions” by providing “governments, businesses, the media, the Canberra community and the general public” with the necessary climate expertise.



Climate Change Institute contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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