Inês Lima Azevedo Will Lead New Center To Develop Strategies Improving Climate and Energy Decision Making at CMU
The Center for Climate and Energy Decision Making, funded by a five-year, $6 million grant from the National Science Foundation, will develop and implement strategies for protecting everything from fragile marine ecosystems to curbing dangerous carbon dioxide emissions from electricity generation. “We plan to develop new, innovative insights and methods to assist key stakeholders as they address important decisions involving climate change and the ongoing transformation of the world’s critical energy systems,” said Ines Lima Azevedo, the center’s executive director and an assistant research professor in the university’s Department of Engineering and Public Policy (EPP). “At the same time, we’ll also be developing new theories and methods for supporting decision making under uncertainty.”
Read the Portuguese article at Pela Natureza Online (December 15th) // Portal do Ambiente Online (December 14th) // Jornal i Online // Correio do Minho Online // Comunidade Notícias Portuguesas Online // Notícias da Costa da Caparica Online (December 13th).