Tag: climate

As Autumn progresses, temperatures remain high

  (Photo by Claire Cecil, Fourth Estate) Issmar Ventura, Staff Writer This year, it seems as if Mother Nature has decided to extend the warm breezes of summer into the autumn season. Many Mason students are enjoying this change, but for others,…

NoVA Congressman urges action on climate change

Congressman Gerry Connolly, representing the 11th District of Virginia, is urging more community action to solve climate change in the United States and around the world. “The scientific evidence is overwhelming and it is not a matter of belief. I…

Climate education program receives $3 million grant

The program Climate Matters recently received a $3 million grant to help better communicate climate change to the public. Dr. Edward Maibach, the director of George Mason University’s Center for Climate Change Communication and the lead investigator for the program,…

Mason students participate in largest climate march in history

Several George Mason University students took part in the People’s Climate March, the largest climate change protest in history. Over 400,000 people gathered together in New York City  to incite significant action from world leaders attending a United Nations climate summit…