Intertwined Fates: How the Arctic, Amazon, and Africa are connected and shape our climate future
Woodwell scientists will join youth women activists of Global Choices’ Arctic Angels
Nature in our Climate Budgets from the Amazon to the Arctic
Interconnected ecosystems from tropical rain forests to the north pole play powerful roles in addressing the climate crisis.
New York, NY
Screening of Earth Emergency
Woodwell Climate presents a free screening of Earth Emergency at MBL's Cornelia Clapp Auditorium in Woods Hole, MA.
Woods Hole, MA
Permafrost Pathways Panel Q&A
Permafrost Pathways was launched in 2022 with funding through the TED Audacious Project—a collaborative funding initiative catalyzing big, bold solutions to the world's most urgent challenges.
Woodwell @ Mountainfilm
Woodwell Climate returns to Mountainfilm Festival this year as their nonprofit partner, and hosting the panel discussion "Intertwined Fates: Arctic, Amazon, and Us."
Seeing the Dangers Ahead
How regulators and advocates can harness physical and financial risk data to tackle the climate emergency
National Premiere of Earth Emergency on PBS
Seeing the future: What do success and failure look like?
Visualizing our future is critical to motivating wise choices today. In this endeavor, speculative fiction is a powerful complement to scientific projections.
Just in case: What do we need to know about climate intervention?
Can we afford to engineer the climate? Can we afford not to? This conversation breaks the taboo on discussing solar radiation management.
Going negative: How much carbon can we capture?
Preventing catastrophic climate change will require not only the elimination of fossil fuel emissions, but also removing significant amounts of carbon from the atmosphere.
Tipping points: Is there a point of no return?
Ecosystems that have long absorbed and stored carbon threaten to become emissions sources, and ice sheets may be committed to complete melting long before they've disappeared.
Internalizing risk: What 1.5°C (and beyond) looks like
Despite public perceptions, 1.5C degrees of warming has never been “safe,” and current events are raising awareness of the severity of impacts we face.
Creating a Climate for Change through Art & Science: Heather Goldstone, Justin Brice & Konrad Hughen
Join Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution coral reef expert Konrad Hughen, Woodwell Climate Research Center Artist in Residence Justin Brice, and Heather Goldstone, Chief Communications Officer, Woodwell Climate.
Falmouth, MA 02540
Creating a Climate for Change through Art & Science: Gregory Fiske
Featuring Gregory Fiske M.S., Senior Geospatial Analyst, Research Associate, Woodwell Climate Research Center.
Falmouth, MA 02540
Creating a Climate for Change through Art & Science: Loretta Roberson & Scott Lindell
Featuring Loretta Roberson, Ph.D., Associate Scientist from Marine Biological Laboratory and Scott Lindell, Research Specialist, AOPE Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Falmouth, MA 02540
Creating a Climate for Change through Art & Science: Emil Ruff
In this presentation we will dive to the murky depths of the ocean and visit otherworldly landscapes that harbor microorganisms eating methane.
Falmouth, MA 02540
Indigenous Perspectives on Climate Change
Join us for a series of events aimed at deepening our relationships with Indigenous communities in the places where we work and amplifying Indigenous voices within our broader community.
Earth Day 2021: Where Do We Stand?
A Kaneb Lecture | The Biden Administration has made climate change a higher priority than any previous administration, and is widely expected to announce new commitments at the Earth Day Summit.
The Dalai Lama with Greta Thunberg and Leading Scientists: A Conversation on the Crisis of Climate Feedback Loops
This virtual event aims to raise awareness about climate feedback loops, reinforcing the urgency of slowing down their devastating effects and offering actionable solutions.
Arctic Permafrost Thaw: Science & Policy
The impacts of rapid Arctic warming are many, not only locally but globally.
A Plan to End Deforestation in the Amazon
The science is clear, and effective solutions to deforestation-caused problems are still within our reach.
Woodwell Climate Launch Celebration
August 19, 2020 marks the beginning of an important new phase in our work, as we introduce Woodwell Climate Research Center.
Helping Coastal Wetlands Survive Climate Change
Dr. Linda Deegan will discuss the threats to our shorelines and latest science on wetland resilience and restoration.
Northern Forests at Risk: 2020 Fire Season
The Arctic is experiencing record heat and wildfires are ramping up across the global north.
Amazon at Risk: 2020 Fire Season
Early deforestation data are flashing warning signs that this year could be even worse than 2019’s decade-high.
Facing Extreme Heat: Vulnerability & Resilience
Climate change is making severe summer heat and humidity worse and the harm isn’t being spread evenly.
A Call to Action: Protecting Our Common Home
Join us to hear how faith communities are addressing the ecological and moral emergency of climate change.
Arctic Meltdown and Unruly Tropical Storms
Hurricane season officially begins June 1st, with forecasts warning it may be worse than the historic average.
Arctic Extremes: The Frontlines of Global Warming
The Arctic is warming faster than almost anywhere else on Earth.
Mild to Wild: How Our Backyard Choices Impact Our Environment
Some people go all-in on yard design while others largely let nature take its course.
Climate Action: Bridging Science & Activism
A conversation about how climate scientists and climate activists can work together.
The Stories Rivers Tell
Rivers have stories to tell about the ecosystems around them and the impacts of a changing climate.
Can Tapirs Restore Amazon Rainforest?
New research conducted by WHRC and IPAM Amazônia has shown that lowland tapirs can restore degraded Amazonian forests.
Climate Change in the Era of COVID-19
The novel coronavirus pandemic has been compared to climate change at warp speed.