NOAA releases updated climate summaries for all U.S. states. What will happen in Michigan?
Published on July 20, 2022
Forecasted environmental change may cause serious impacts throughout the state and on the Great Lakes water levels and flooding.
MSU partners with NASA to learn more about trees outside of forests
Published on July 11, 2022
Forestry Professor David Skole receives $2 million grant to examine carbon storage potential and economic impact of tree systems on rural and agricultural lands
MSU named charter member of Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science
Published on June 13, 2022
NIACS brings together USDA Forest Service, universities, conservationists and forest experts to better manage forests for climate change adaptation and carbon sequestration
Registration now open for North Central Region Water Network’s Climate Intersections Conference taking place this July in Minnesota
Published on June 2, 2022
The conference theme is “Taking Care of People, Water, and the Land” and will feature emergent research and key programming.
CSUS alumna makes parks and recreation more accessible for all
Published on May 20, 2022
Kate Gille works to tell the story of local parks and why parks should be accessible for everyone.
Agrilinks Policy Month Blog Roundup
Published on May 10, 2022
PRCI participated in Agrilinks Policy Month with seven blog posts on recent research
CSUS scholars identify roots of opposition to solar energy projects in Michigan
Published on April 22, 2022
The "social solar gap" exists where there is regional resistance to solar energy projects, often driven by poor decision-making processes at project onset.
Russia’s action expands what’s defined as “local” in the Arctic
Published on March 30, 2022
It’s critical to understand the complexities of tightly bound actions and events of both people and nature, especially in times of crisis – most notably climate change and conflict between Russia and western countries.
New MSU research shows how biofuel crops can help mitigate climate change when grown on land of otherwise little agricultural value
Published on March 21, 2022
Newly published research from MSU Foundation Professor Bruno Basso shows how some Midwest farmers can see economic and environmental benefits of growing switchgrass, a biofuel crop, on traditionally less-productive land.
New MSU research showcases innovative method to develop more accurate corn yield predictions
Published on March 14, 2022
Published in the prestigious journal Remote Sensing of Environment, new MSU research details how more accurate yield information can equip farmers with the knowledge to improve profitability.