Recent News

UA sustainability organizations are heading to Baltimore, Maryland for the annual Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education conference. 

Climate change impacts to parks are already costly and hard to manage, according to findings by a team including UA scientists.

Questions about poetry, lnaguage, and our role in combatting climate change posed to georgapher and poet Eric Magrane in honor of the UA Poetry Center's series on Climate Change and Poetry. 

Already dealing with parched conditions, the U.S. Southwest faces the threat of megadroughts this century as temperatures rise, says a new study that found the risk is reduced if heat-trapping gases are curbed. "It is important to realize that future droughts will be much hotter, and thus the impacts of these droughts will be much more severe," said UA climate scientist Jonathan Overpeck.


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