Climate Change Symposium focus of Ohio State News Story

March 25, 2019
Ohio State News on Climate Change Symposium

The first-ever climate change symposium with more than 200 people in attendance was held on March 22, 2019 at The Ohio State University. The Ohio State News story, “From art to zooplankton: The effects of climate change are far-reaching” provides an overview of the symposium, which highlighted the many different ways Ohio State professors and researchers are studying global warming and offering solutions to the problems caused by climate change. Featured in the story are Lonnie Thompson, a climate researcher and distinguished university professor of earth sciences at Ohio State, Jeff Bielicki, a professor of civil, environmental and geodetic engineering, and Robyn Wilson, an associate professor of risk analysis and decision science in the School of Environment and Natural Resources. Read the full story here.