Their findings suggest that climate change has the potential to harm all populations, either directly or indirectly, through destabilization and refugee crises.
Projected climatic changes will be essential to predict health and well-being for populations in the future.
U researchers found that 1,000 years ago, the Fremont used cultural burning to reduce the risk for large-scale wildfire activity in mountain environments.
Agricultural productivity drove Euro-American settlement of Utah, explaining past and present population patterns.
U recognizes five faculty for their research and academic strengths.
On March 2 the Sustainability Office and Alta Ski Area teamed up to award deserving members of the U community with the Alta Sustainability Leadership Award.