“It is the policy of my Administration to organize and deploy the full capacity of its agencies to combat the climate crisis…” – President Joe Biden
Scientific collaboration is vital to tackle our shared global crisis – the environmental, economic, and social impacts of Climate Change. Yesterday, we visited U.S. and Kiwi scientists, including a Fulbright New Zealand scholar, doing just that! GNS Science is leading exciting geoscience and isotope research to advance global climate change research and mitigation. View more photos from the visit to GNS Science here.
Read more about some of the research
- Lakes380 is the biggest scientific study of New Zealand’s lakes in our history [read more].
- New Zealand Ice Core Research Facility – Recovered from ancient depths of the polar ice sheets, ice cores provide the most direct and highly resolved records of atmospheric signals over the past one million years [read more].
- Tale of Two PhDs – U.S. couple Katelyn Johnson and Jamey Stutz graduated together from the University’s Antarctic Research Centre in mid-December. They explain how they managed it [read more].
- The National Science Foundation Ice Core Facility (NSF-ICF) — formerly the National Ice Core Laboratory (NICL) — is a facility for storing, curating, and studying meteoric ice cores recovered from the glaciated regions of the world [read more].