MSU scientists studying consequences of climate change
Michigan State University researchers and outreach specialists are working to ensure the sustainability of our agriculture and natural resources systems amidst a changing climate.
Our Table - Climate Change and Our Global Food System
A conversation around climate change and the global food system hosted by MSU and featuring Nick Haddad, Rebecca Jordan, Pamela Ronald and Michael Webber.
Environmental Quality Specialist
Wayne Beyea, AICP
Senior Specialist, Urban & Regional Planning; Co-Coordinator, Urban Resilient Redevelopment Graduate Certificate Program
Assistant Professor, Urban Forestry
Michigan Sea Grant Extension Educator
(989) 895-4026 ext. 5
Associate Director for Community, Food & Environment Institute
Food safety and climate change
Published on June 2, 2023
How climate change is affecting the safety of our food supply.
Michigan agriculture organizations support Farm Bill facilities investment
Published on May 18, 2023
Michigan agricultural organizations advocate for federal funding through the Research Facilities Act in support of new and modernized facilities at agricultural colleges, a much-needed investment after decades of deferred maintenance.
Northern states collaborate with Finland: Michigan State University to co-lead workshop on climate solutions through biobased products
Published on May 16, 2023
MSU Department of Forestry partners with Natural Resources Institute Finland to facilitate workshop on climate-smart forestry products.
CACCI at AIM4C on NDC Implementation
Published on May 15, 2023
CACCI team presented a moderated panel discussion at the AIM4C summit in Washington D.C.
Wildfire-resistant landscape plants can protect your home
Published on March 6, 2023
Build landscape resilience to climate change and drought, heat, and wildfires with fire resistant plants.
What is Mass Timber?
CANR assistant professor George Berghorn explains the materials and processes of the new cutting-edge building material.
of climate scientists agree that climate-warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities
The planet's average surface temperature has risen about
Fahrenheit since the late 19th century
Loss of forests contributes as much as 30% of global greenhouse gas emissions each year
February 2020 was the second-warmest February on record
CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere are at their highest levels in over 800,000 years