The Academic Senate Ad Hoc Committee outlines a strategy of divestment and reinvestment.
A 30-year study in Tanzania shows temperature-linked population declines in species important to forests.
U mathematician Ken Golden takes to the ice in a Frontiers of Science lecture.
Approximately 42,000 years ago the Earth’s geomagnetic field reversed, triggering dramatic climate shifts and fueling ecological change on a global scale.
If you live with seasonal allergies and feel like the pollen seasons feel longer and longer every year, you may be right.
New method preserves these rare samples for scientific analysis
Researchers look into the effects of repeated droughts on different kinds of forests.
As climate change pushes cities towards dangerous temperatures, planners must balance mitigating heat and preserving water resources.
Seismic stations may provide a real-time, remote monitoring system to give early warnings of glacial lake outburst floods that devastate downstream communities. Global warming is drastically increasing the risk of these floods.
Civilization may need to “forget the flame” to reduce CO2 emissions.