Newsletter of WHRC

Previous years are found below.

August 2017 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – August 2017
Climate report creates dilemma for Trump administration
WHRC awards Huntington Environmental Prize to John Holdren
Polaris Project wraps up 2017 season
New research finds ecosystems are taking longer to recover from drought
New paper says current incentives will not stop Brazilian deforestation
Upcoming event & WHRC in the news

July 2017 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – July 2017
Young scientists can drive innovation – if budget cuts don’t stop them
WHRC top-ranked climate change think tank for fourth consecutive year
WHRC scientist named lead author of IPCC special report
New study shows climate change sparks more fires in northern regions
WHRC holds forest and climate symposium in Lima
Aspen Ideas Festival taps WHRC scientists
WHRC welcomes first artist-in-residence
Summer PEP students research forest and soil carbon
WHRC attends international tree mortality meeting
Upcoming event & WHRC in the news

June 2017 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – June 2017
If Trump won’t help stop climate change, we’ll do it without him
State House rally calls for Massachusetts to join Paris Agreement
New project will study changing carbon cycles in the arctic and boreal forests
Arctic climate impacts pose global problem
Brazil summit brings together leaders from science and agriculture
WHRC team begins suburban ecology project
WHRC in the news

May 2017 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – May 2017
Envisioning success—starting with the Amazon
Arctic Council argues over climate change while WHRC moves forward on solutions
WHRC scientist honored by Northeastern University
Now more than ever, science needs leaders
2017 Polaris team readies for arctic field work
WHRC seeking Boston area homeowners for ecological study
WHRC in the news

April 2017 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – April 2017
The integrity of marching for science
WHRC staff at the science marches
‘Planetary stewardship’ project awarded by MacArthur Foundation
WHRC’s lab – a hub for vital analyses
Dr. Birdsey named to NAS study on atmospheric carbon removal
WHRC in the news

March 2017 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – March 2017
Dangerously dishonest
Winter moths reduce forest ability to store carbon, study finds
2017 Polaris students prepare for Alaska field work
‘500 Women Scientists’ takes hold in Woods Hole
Now, more than ever, science needs leaders
WHRC in the news

February 2017 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – February 2017
A clear choice
John Holdren returns to WHRC after White House service
Brazil workshop develops climate vulnerability indicators
Tanguro Ranch research continues
NASA’s ABoVE program prepares for upcoming research season
High school students help with arctic research at WHRC
WHRC launches Youth Council on Climate Change
October 2017 Columbia & Snake rivers expedition
WHRC in the news
Upcoming events

January 2017 newsletterMonthly Newsletter – January 2017
No excuses for climate inaction
New grants will drive soil and arctic research
Fulbright honoree heads to Brazil
New faces at WHRC
WHRC panel on post-election climate landscape
WHRC in the news
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