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U scientists on the 2021 IPCC climate report

Learn what the findings mean for the future of research and our planet.


Stay cool as temperatures rise

Heat can cause a host of health issues.


A hydoelectric dam is damaged, nestled in the Himalayan mountain scape.

Cause and scope of the Uttarakhand disaster

In February, the Uttarakhand region of India experienced a humanitarian tragedy when a wall of rock and ice collapsed and formed a debris flow.


Trees and lawns beat the heat

As climate change pushes cities towards dangerous temperatures, planners must balance mitigating heat and preserving water resources.


Water towers at risk as glaciers recede

Research provides new insight on mountain glacier-derived water resource systems, impacting up to 1.9 billion people globally.


The role of youth in renewable energy

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.


Himalayan glaciers’ melting has doubled

Rising temperatures has accelerated the melting of this huge region dramatically since the start of the 21st century.


WATER MUSEUM

Graduate students in the “Global Changes and Society” course knew they were signing up for an interdisciplinary project, but they never imagined that project would be a museum.


LISTENING FOR SOLUTIONS

Students collaborate to explore water issues and solutions in Hyderabad, India.


FARMING WITHOUT SOIL

U student’s hydroponics research among 18 projects showcased at iFellows symposium July 27.