Photo of the COP 22 logo and beautiful blue skies.

Introducing InCEES

We are pleased to announce that the center has been renamed to provide a clearer emphasis on energy and the environment. Moving forward, we will now be known as the International Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability (InCEES).

$1 million grant awarded to InCEES Director and UCSC professor

The study, funded by the Betty and Gordon Moore Foundation, will focus on the symbiotic relationship between oceanic photosynthetic microbes.

I-CARES End of Year Newsletter

Catch up on all of the fall/winter news from I-CARES.

Following the climate negotiations

A delegation of Washington University students are headed to Marrakesh, Morocco for the 22nd annual Conference of the Parties (COP 22) global climate change summit from Nov. 7 - 18.

ICONHeadshot_MWrighton"InCEES nurtures interdisciplinary work and collaborative efforts that accelerate the pace of progress in the discovery and application of knowledge addressing the great energy, environmental and sustainability challenges facing our planet."
Mark S. Wrighton, WUSTL Chancellor

Tweets by InCEES 

SIGINITInCEES fosters research related to energy, environment and sustainability that will benefit future generations. The hub of InCEES includes seven signature partners.


"InCEES provides a unique and exciting collaborative environment for everyone at Washington University who is interested in global issues related to energy, environment and sustainability.”
Himadri B. Pakrasi, InCEES Director