The Sustainable Solutions Lab at UMass Boston has awarded two research grants to project teams that will focus on groups that are often overlooked when evaluating the impacts of climate change.
Crystal Schaaf, professor of remote sensing/GIS in the School for the Environment and a member of the Landsat Science Team, talks about albedo’s importance and how satellites can be used to track changes to it over time.
The Stone Living Lab is a partnership of the City of Boston, UMass Boston School for the Environment, Boston Harbor Now, the National Parks of Boston and the James M. and Cathleen D. Stone Foundation that engages scientists and the community in research, education, and the promotion of equity.
The Practitioner Scholars Program (PSP) pilot has launched its third cohort this fall, bringing together a new group of distinguished government, business, and community leaders who will co-teach courses with UMass Boston faculty.
The Stone Living Lab works to save the Boston waterfront
Acknowledging this year’s award winners
Sustainable Solutions Lab Report Focuses on Views on Climate Change Across Racial Groups in Greater Boston
In a report released today, the Sustainable Solutions Lab (SSL) at UMass Boston shared public opinion data that includes a large sampling of people of color in the Boston area.
Lorena Estrada-Martínez and Team to Study Environmental Health Risks in Vieques
The Roy J. Zuckerberg Endowment Leadership Prize is presented bi-annually to a UMass faculty or staff member who “leads by serving, by giving, and by pointing the way." The newest recipient is Rebecca Herst, director of UMass Boston's Sustainable Solutions Lab.
An entrepreneur who started a plastic-free product shop while a student at UMass Boston has received the top two honors a graduating undergraduate at the university can receive: the John F. Kennedy Award for Academic Excellence and the “29 Who Shine” award.