By Leo Laine
Northeastern University is preparing to embark on an international two-year, $1 million grant program provided by the U.S. International Development Agency.
The funding, announced by Vice President Kamala Harris on June 8, will be targeted at reducing the risks of extreme weather associated with climate change in the Caribbean. The grant will go into effect July 1 and will be a collaborative effort between Northeastern’s Global Resilience Institute, the University of Hawaii, and the University of West Indies.
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