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Penn students are invited to join us for a lunchtime conversation with Carnot Prize recipient Ramón Méndez Galain.
David Rolnick explores opportunities and challenges in machine learning for climate action, from designing new electrocatalysts to monitoring biodiversity.
Amy Braverman will consider the role of AI in addressing climate change through the lens of the most comprehensive data resource for understanding climatic change: satellite data.
Explore what is known about AI’s carbon footprint—and what technical and policy options might be available to reduce it.
Save the date for Energy Week at Penn 2024!
The Kleinman Center awards its eighth annual Carnot Prize for distinguished contributions in energy policy to Ramón Méndez Galain, former energy director of Uruguay.
Explore the questions surrounding solar geoengineering with a panel with diverse views and backgrounds on the topic.
A discussion about debunking myths around climate change, discussing system and structural changes needed for human action, and how climate activists have used their platforms and actions to mobilize youth activists and the youth climate movement.