Keystone Events

The Institutes of Energy and Environment organizes and hosts a number of recurring events.

Past Event Highlights

The climate crisis is here. It is impacting big cities and small communities in unprecedented and disproportionate ways. The crisis will continue unless we develop transdisciplinary solutions for climate change mitigation, adaptation, and resilience now. 
This presentation will explore the development of the PA Flood Risk Assessment Tool, its functionality and related team outreach efforts. Topics covered include data and capabilities of the tool, expert functions, partnerships and collaborative efforts, and future enhancements.
The 1.5-day conference and community networking event emphasize the interdisciplinary nature of water research and extension across Penn State campuses. Penn State water-related researchers—students, faculty, and staff—can share experiences, discuss field challenges, and discuss ideas.
The Penn State Water Event is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students who are working in water or its related topics to get updates from the water community at Penn State, share research, and network.
Several components of the environment, including the built environment and contaminants found in the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat and the environment in which we live, can have positive or negative health consequences.
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Participate in a series of four workshops on topics related to health and the built environment throughout the 2021–22 academic year.