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University of Arizona researchers' findings from studying young trees can help shape forest management policy and our understanding of how landscapes will change.
The funding will expand existing programs and support Indigenous experts, scholars and outreach specialists in developing local solutions to climate issues tribal communities are facing.
As climate change affects conditions for growing local ingredients, your favorite hometown dish could taste different in the future. The Tasting Tomorrow project seeks to preserve family recipes in the face of climate change.
The Southwest Monsoon Fantasy Forecasts game lets amateur forecasters compete against one another with their monsoon season predictions. Players submit their rainfall forecasts for each of the five major cities in the Southwest monsoon region.
Efforts are underway to wean the university off fossil fuels by 2040 or sooner. As a first step toward that goal, the Office of Sustainability is leading the development of the university's first Sustainability and Climate Action Plan.
A $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy supports a UArizona agrivoltaics project that will examine how crop production and livestock grazing can flourish at existing commercial solar farms.
Weather watchers are invited to submit their monsoon predictions online in the Southwest Monsoon Fantasy Forecasts game. Created by UArizona climate researchers, the game draws inspiration from fantasy sports.
The Department of State's Diplomacy Lab gives college students the opportunity to present their recommendations on various topics. Two UArizona classes teamed up in the fall to participate in the program for the first time.
A new initiative seeks to unite global experts from universities, government agencies, nonprofits and industry to develop solutions to future pandemics.