Reflections on Climate Change

Christiana Figueres, Former Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and other leaders joined the Washington University community for a constructive dialogue about climate change.

An Evening of Celebration

Six Washington University alumni were honored on Sept. 29 for their leadership in the fields of energy, environment and sustainability at the Greensfelder Forum Awards and Dinner at the Saint Louis Zoo.

STL Named American Cities Climate Change Winner

St. Louis was selected to participate in the Bloomberg American Cities Climate Challenge, a program that works with cities on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

WashU joins international coalition, partners with regional leaders to accelerate climate action.

The release of a St. Louis regional proclamation on climate change demonstrate the depth of the university’s efforts.

Nov. 15: A Climate Change Teachable Moment

Nov. 21-25: Thanksgiving Break

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