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The conservative counterpoint to climate change

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has been the target of media attention as the ethicality of his decisions as pilot of the agency have come...

CE-CERT prepares climate and air quality training program for summer launch

Just around a year ago, the South Coast Air Quality Management District donated $1 million to fund the Air Quality and Climate Change Training...

UCR professor awarded STEM fellowship to further research on climate change

Sandra Kirtland Turner, an assistant professor of earth sciences at UCR, has been awarded a Sloan Research Fellowship for her work to reconstruct past...

2017 is the second hottest year on record: Why we need...

On Thursday, Jan. 18, NASA released an analysis of last year’s global temperature, claiming it to be the second warmest year since 1880. While...

UCR researchers forecast El Nino-type rain for California

California is expected to receive, on average, about 12 percent more rain through the 21st century with more El Nino-like conditions, suggest recent findings...

Can climate change alter your sleep patterns? UCR professor thinks so

On May 26, 2017, UCR Professor Sara C. Mednick’s co-authored study on climate change and effects that it might have on human sleep patterns...

Reality will have the last word on climate change denial

This is a political year. That means everyone has opinions about where the world should be headed and how we should get there. No...

UCR faculty signs letter urging Trump to address climate change

In response to President Donald Trump’s recent statements and actions denying climate change, over 2,300 faculty members from public California universities have signed an...

Gov. Brown signs controversial climate change bill

On Thursday, Sept. 8, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation SB 32 into law as an effort to reduce California’s carbon footprint. With the...

UCR professor to research if urban trees save water

In light of California’s long-standing drought, UCR professor of botany and plant sciences, Darrel Jenerette, is beginning an urban tree project to determine if...