Climate and energy

Offshore windmills

CEE is working to ensure that we adapt to the changing climate and develop both renewable and non-renewable energy sources to secure improved near-term quality of life without compromising the quality of life for future generations. Climate change, population growth, and societal change will stress aging infrastructure at a variety of scales in ways that are difficult to foresee. 

Tufts civil and environmental engineers are identifying innovative infrastructure components, fostering grid-level integration, and creating new long-term infrastructure planning paradigms.  

Offshore Wind Energy Engineering at Tufts University

For over 50 years, Tufts has been an international leader in Environmental Sustainability. Our traditions of civic engagement, collaboration, and use-inspired research provide the foundation for our cutting-edge graduate program in Offshore Wind Energy. Learn more about Offshore Wind Energy Engineering at Tufts University!

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Labs

Water and Environmental Research, Education, and Actionable Solutions Network (WeREASoN)

Water, Systems, Science and Society (WSSS)

Structural Health Monitoring (SHM)

Tufts Advanced Geomaterials Laboratory

Digital Collection

Tufts Offshore Power Research and Education (OSPRE) Collaborative