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Climate Change and Rutgers New Brunswick: Rutgers Organizations

A cross-disciplinary guide covering Environmental Sciences, Earth Sciences, and Planning and Policy at Rutgers-New Brunswick.

Rutgers University Organizational Climate Change Resources

Additional Regional Resources

Rutgers Climate Task Force

About

The purpose of the task force is to develop Rutgers’ strategies for contributing to achieving global net-zero carbon dioxide emissions (“carbon neutrality”) and for enhancing the capacity of the university and the State of New Jersey to manage the risks of a changing climate (“climate resilience”). This includes not just strategies for Rutgers’ own operations, but also ways in which the university’s actions can advance the goal of climate-positive, equitable economic development in New Jersey and more broadly. 

Town Hall

Envisioning Rutgers' Climate Future

November 11 and 12 from 6–8 p.m

Rutgers students, faculty, and staff are invited to join us from 6–8 p.m on November 11 and 12 for Envisioning Rutgers’ Climate Future: A Two-Night Town Hall Event. A panel of Task Force members will present key findings from the Phase 2 report and answer questions from the Rutgers community. Each meeting will conclude with a breakout visioning session based on the night’s theme.

 

Learn more about the future of the climate task force and stay tuned for more town hall events!

Environmental Stewards at Rutgers

Become an Environmental Steward at Rutgers' New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station!

Since 2005 the Rutgers Environmental Steward program has trained volunteers on how they can take action to help solve environmental problems in their communities. The program has trained over 650 volunteers in areas concerning climate change, soil health, alternative energy, water resource protection, invasive species, habitat conservation, pollinator health, environmental policy, and more.

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