EPA Awards $700,000+ Grant to Harvard for Research on Climate Impacts on Air Quality

EPA Awards 0,000+ Grant to Harvard for Research on Climate Impacts on Air Quality
BOSTON – A US Environmental Protection Agency research grant of $719,780 will assist a Harvard researcher for a project to study how climate change will affect changes in dust and smoke on the Earth’s surface over the next several decades, which can have significant impacts on air quality. The grant to the Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences in Cambridge, Mass
EPA Awards 0,000+ Grant to Harvard for Research on Climate Impacts on Air Quality
Source: EPA Air quality news

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