The Centre for Climate Science and Engineering (CSE) is part of the Civil Engineering department at the University of Toronto. We are a multi-disciplinary research and education centre that was established in 2019 and are supported by the Dean’s Strategic Fund from the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. At the CSE, we focus on the intersection of climate science, engineering, and policy. We aim to reduce and mitigate the impacts of climate change through research on energy, air quality, GHG emissions, building structures, and transportation.
Provide a trans-disciplinary opportunity to address carbon accounting, greenhouse gas reduction efforts, and climate change mitigation/adaptation challenges
Generate and communicate actionable knowledge for engineering decisions and policy development under climate change.
Create multi-level educational programs that accelerate the awareness and adoption of low-carbon, climate change resilient choices in urban design.
Stimulate strategic partnerships with private and public sector stakeholders.
The CSE, in collaboration with the University of Western Ontario, has developed eight e-learning modules at the science-engineering interface for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering and climate science students
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