• Migratory Birds Bumped Off Schedule as Climate Change Shifts Spring

    UF’s Stephen Mayor explains…..

  • New Research Models Temperature-Driven Zika, Dengue, and Chikungunya Transmission

    New research co-authored by Dr. Sadie Ryan

  • Spring 2017 Field Course Developed with Law, IFAS, and CLAS

    Sea-Level Rise and Coastal Ecology: Science, Policy, and Practice

  • Senator Nelson convenes field hearing with FCI members testifying

    Dr. Ben Kirtman and Dr. Len Berry

  • Climate change impacting ‘most’ species on Earth, even down to their genomes

    Dr. Brett Scheffers explains

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FCI @ UF

The Florida Climate Institute at the University of Florida brings together faculty and researchers from several departments and colleges across campus. At the University of Florida, we are fortunate to have very strong international programs as well as IFAS extension centers in all 67 counties throughout Florida which enable us to better fulfill our mission in research, extension, and education. Our expertise in global food systems, resource management and leadership, sustainable development, and outreach is focused on providing the best climate science to inform statewide, national, and global decisions.


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Events

3rd Annual Climate Communications Summit October 12

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Thursday October 12th is UF’s third-annual Climate Communications Summit to bring together the many UF faculty, staff and students increasingly interested in

World Wildlife Fund and Conservation Photographer together November 9

Thursday, November 9, 2017

November 9, 2017: The FCI will be hosting Shaun Martin, Senior Director, Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience and Mac Stone,

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The Florida Climate Institute @ UF is supported by the Office of Research, IFAS, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.