On Oct. 21-25, 2019, urban ecology students at the University of Utah Asia Campus presented to international leaders at the Global Green Growth Institute’s flagship conference.
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Poor children are suffering greater exposure to polluted air.
Discover how food consumption impacts our planet and how you can help build a new food culture in the U community.
How can your individual decisions impact air quality?
In partnership with National Geographic, forest ecologist Nalini Nadkarni helped develop a product line including Wildlife Conservationist, Astrophysicist, Polar Marine Biologist, Wildlife Photojournalist and Entomologist.
“While I’m daunted by the future of our planet, it is the stories of my fellow climate activists that help me persist.”
The #UBYO campaign encourages the U community to bring their own reusable bottles, mugs, containers, utensils and more to reduce plastic waste.
This is one in a series of stories about a clean air symposium held at the University of Utah on Oct. 3, 2019.
Utahns, regardless of their age or political party, are becoming more willing to take environmental action when they know one key element: the positive economic benefits of change.