Climate Change Research
About this Issue
EPA Climate Change Research
EPA researchers are using climate models and watershed simulations to better understand how climate change will affect streams and rivers.
EPA researchers and partners are working to help protect South Fork Nooksack River Watershed salmon from warming waters.
The Associate Director for Climate for the Agency's Air, Climate, and Energy Research Program answers questions about climate change research.
EPA researchers are exploring the links between climate change and health effects for older Americans.
EPA researchers assess coastal habitats to identify vulnerabilities and help communities prepare.
An EPA guide helps Superfund managers reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions during cleanup operations.
EPA modelers develop innovative methods to assess low-carbon technologies.
In The News
Ecovative Design, an EPA Small Business Innovative Research awardee, was featured in The New Yorker.
On June 4, 2013 EPA and the National Institutes of Health named the team of David Kuller, Gabrielle Savage Dockterman, and Dot Kelly as the winner of the as the winner of the My Air, My Health Challenge.
EPA research chemist Ron Williams was featured on The New York Times’ health blog “Well” for a post about innovative efforts by EPA to support and tap the development of new technologies to monitor air quality.
Glenn Paulson, Ph.D., Science Advisor to the EPA Administrator, was recently honored as only the fourth Board Certified Environmental Scientist by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists (AAEES).