A climate game developed by Max Planck researchers shows that global cooperation can be possible – although not without effort.
Tropical forests can continue to store large amounts of carbon in a warmer world – only if countries limit greenhouse gas emissions, new research suggests.
Some bleaching corals undergo an, until now, mysterious transformation – emitting a range of different bright neon colours.
Researchers bring together interdependent data to build communities that are resilient to disasters.
Sticky and delicious, honey is loved by many across cultures and continents.
South America’s second-largest forest has been experiencing rapid tree losses in recent decades.
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.
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