SDG 13. Climate Action - Faculty Activities

RUTGERS–NEW BRUNSWICK

Robert Kopp
Professor, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Associate Director, Rutgers Energy Institute
School of Arts and Sciences

Robert Kopp’s work focuses on understanding uncertainty in past and future climate change, with major emphases on sea-level change and on the interactions between physical climate change and the economy. He is a lead author of Economic Risks of Climate Change: An American Prospectus and a contributing author to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Fifth Assessment Report.   

David Robinson
Professor, Department of Geography
School of Arts and Sciences

David Robinson is a New Jersey state. His research interests run the spatial gamut from global to local, with an underlying theme being the development of a better understanding of the climate system.  

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New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance, rocky beach below boardwalk in New Jersey

New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance

A changing climate and rising sea levels will have a devastating impact on New Jersey’s economy, the health of our residents, the State’s natural resources, and the extensive infrastructure system that delivers transportation services, energy and clean water to millions of New Jerseyans. The New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance focuses on climate change preparedness in key impacted sectors.

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Rutgers Climate Institute, melting ice sheet in Greenland

Rutgers Climate Institute

The universitywide Rutgers Climate Institute aims to understand the mechanisms that drive global and regional climate change; understand the human and social dimensions of climate change, shape vulnerabilities, and condition response strategies; study the impacts of climate change, particularly its effects on densely populated, coastal regions; and inform and educate society about the causes and consequences of climate change.

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