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Intro to Ecology and Biosphere Engineering
A brief introduction to the Ecology and Biosphere Engineering research initiative featuring Victoria J. Orphan, James Irvine Professor of Environmental Science and Geobiology, and Resnick postdoctoral fellow Kurt M. Dahlstrom PhD (Newman Group). (RSI-10 in Session | Nov. 8, 2019 )
Intro to Sunlight-to-Everything
A brief introduction to the Sunlight-to-Everything research initiative featuring Resnick graduate research fellow Kyle Virgil (CCE: Blake and Atwater Groups) and Harry B. Gray, Arnold O. Beckman Professor of Chemistry; Founding Director, Beckman Institute. (RSI-10 in Session | Nov. 8, 2019 )
Intro to Remote Sensing in Environmental Science
A brief introduction to remote sensing applications in environmental science research featuring Paul O. Wennberg, R. Stanton Avery Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry and Environmental Science and Engineering; Executive Officer for Environmental Science and Engineering; Director, Ronald and Maxine Linde Center for Global Environmental Science, and Resnick graduate research fellow Liyin He (ESE: Frankenberg Group). (RSI-10 in Session | Nov. 8, 2019 )
Chen-Huang Lecture | Terry Tamminen
Terry Tamminen, CEO of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, and former CalEPA Secretary, examines California sustainability policies that succeeded in the state and became models around the globe for advancing environmental protection and "green" economic development. (2019)
Climate School w/ Prof. Jess Adkins
This session addresses the basic concepts of energy balance, looking at the ways in which the planet's temperature and climate can change at the global scale, and what the interacting earth systems are that play a role in this process. This session also includes a look at the historical climate record for clues about how these systems and processes have changed.
Climate School w/ Prof. Andy Thompson
This session provides information about how ocean dynamics influence the ocean's response to rising atmospheric temperatures and CO2 levels. It also highlights how observations from ships, satellites and autonomous platforms have contributed to our understanding of recent oceanic changes.
Chen-Huang Lecture | Hal Harvey
Hal Harvey, CEO of the energy and environmental policy firm Energy Innovation, presents the strategy—which countries, which policies—required to deliver a low-carbon future. He also highlights characteristics of successful energy policy design and answers audience questions.
You Belong - Science Has No Borders
We are happy to share this short video put together by Concerned Caltech Faculty documenting Caltech's "Science Has No Borders" immigrant solidarity rally. In response to the international travel restrictions, more than 500 people gathered on the Caltech campus on March 1, 2017, to express support for the international members of the Caltech community.