EPA Climate Change Research Grants

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) funds climate change research grants to “improve knowledge of the health and environment effects of climate change, and provide sustainable solutions for communities to effectively manage and reduce the impacts of a changing climate.”

The EPA supports climate change research that is:

  • Investigating the impact of climate change on air pollution gases and particles, water quality and ecosystems;
  • Understanding the underlying factors contributing to changes air pollution and water quality; and/or
  • Using modeling tools to better understand the impacts of extreme events on air and water quality as well as provide better modeling tools to predict air, water and ecosystem characteristics under a changing climate.

Some examples of current or recently funded grants include:

  • National Priorities: Systems-Based Strategies to Improve the Nation’s Ability to Plan and Respond to Water Scarcity and Drought Due to Climate Change
  • Indoor Air and Climate Change
  • Extreme Event Impacts on Air Quality and Water Quality with a Changing Global Climate

In order to maintain access to this website, we are linking the resource to an archived version of the EPA website saved on January 21, 2017. The original link can be found here: https://www.epa.gov/research-grants/climate-change-research-grants

 

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