Ohio State University

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY (OSU), founded in 1870, is one of the United States' premier academic institutions for the study of global warming and climate change. Researchers and students strive to slow the climate change process, seeking alternative forms of energy, and affecting policy decisions in Ohio and beyond. The university has many well-known climate scientists, including Dr. Ellen Mosley-Thompson and Dr. Lonnie Thompson. OSU is also home to the Byrd Polar Research Center, a collaborative effort of polar and alpine scientists to understand global warming and climate change. In recent years, Ohio University has moved toward building new structures that meet the energy-saving guidelines of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program. Ohio State University focuses a significant amount of resources on comprehending ...

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