Surprising glacial and nearly ice-free periods in last 66 million years.
The Undergraduate Program in Sustainable Development was pleased to host John Mandyck, the CEO of Urban Green Council as part of the Spring 2020 Speaker Series.
A team of UCR water economists finds certain types of water conservation could have unintended consequences.
After seven decades, sand mining operations have stopped in Australia’s North Stradbroke Island.
“Water use is an important consideration in the implementation of Carbon Capture and Storage”
The method developed Texas A&M researchers could help reduce nuclear waste.
The area of agricultural land that will require irrigation in future could be up to four times larger than currently estimated, a new study has revealed.
Social marketing is shown to help small fishing communities adopt sustainable fishing practices.
Delivering water to city dwellers can become far more efficient, according to Rice University researchers who say it should involve a healthy level of recycled wastewater.
To mark Earth Day’s 50th anniversary, amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Gazette contacted experts on climate change, the environment, and sustainability to ask them about their global-warming fears. Here are their answers.
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