Supporting High-Impact Research on Climate, Energy and Society at Dartmouth

The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society works to catalyze, support and amplify the impact of Dartmouth's climate, energy and society research. By helping to connect different parts of the campus community — from business and engineering to the arts and sciences to medicine — with each other as well as with a growing global network of partners, the Institute seeks to leverage Dartmouth's strengths in interdisciplinary research to meet the complex challenges of climate change and the energy transition. 

The Institute supports climate, energy and society research at Dartmouth in a range of ways. Learn more below! 

Strategic Research Hubs

The Institute is launching three overlapping strategic hubs of integrated and applied research focused on areas of critical impact in energy and society

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