As associate director of the Rutgers Energy Institute, Robert Kopp helps integrate the university’s expertise in science, engineering, economics, and public policy toward the goal of decarbonizing the global energy system. Kopp finds that the abundance of scholars at Rutgers offers hope for the future. In an interview with Rutgers Today, Kopp states, “You have a couple dozen faculty members whose work touches on coastal climate resilience, and dozens of others working on climate and energy systems. I am not sure there are many institutions in the world where you have that many scholars stretching the entire research chain, from basic geoscience to urban design.” Read Kopp’s interview at Rutgers Today.
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