Can cities and nature coexist? Amy Mueller, a professor and researcher at Northeastern, knows they can. And she’s putting in the work to make it happen.
The new Climate Justice and Sustainability Hub was introduced at the Egan Research center on April 20. A panel of speakers guided a conversation about the state of climate justice and what steps still need to be taken.
As temperatures warm and atmospheric CO2 levels rise, what can we expect for those of us who suffer from spring pollen allergies?
Joan Fitzgerald, a professor of urban and public policy at Northeastern, is leading the Boston Climate Progress Report. It’s a project commissioned by The Boston Foundation in collaboration with the Green Ribbon Commission designed to evaluate Boston’s climate action and the many factors that affect it.
Building automation and analytics are important tools used by those who maintain buildings and the systems within them. But what are they and how do they work to make buildings more sustainable?
Sheila Puffer and David Myers are the co-chairs of the D’Amore McKim School of Business Sustainability Committee, a group of faculty and staff who volunteer their time to make the business school more sustainable.
Steve Schneider, Northeastern’s Director of Horticulture and Grounds, does his best to keep things balanced on the Boston campus while pushing for more organic and electric landscaping solutions.
Renewable energy certificates, known as RECs, are one way to support renewable energy. But what are they and what do they actually do?