People across all demographics could change their minds when they learned about the environmental benefits of seafood farming, USC research suggests.
Author: Evan Morris
Researchers in landscape architecture, fluid mechanics and augmented reality have created an interactive hydraulic model installed alongside the Los Angeles River.
The USC Annenberg Center for Climate Journalism and Communication (CCJC) announced the launch of Electric Futures.
Mechanical Engineering PhD student Morgan Jones reports on his experience at the leading government research lab.
Researchers uncover factors in urban areas that affect diversity in insects and spiders. The study could help ensure the health of these crucial ecosystem contributors.
Test Plot is a community land-care initiative under the Landscape Architecture + Urbanism program at the USC School of Architecture.
The LJI is a platform for graduate students to position and implement work in areas of environmental, spatial and climate justice.
The USC Annenberg CCJC announced the launch of Electric Futures, a podcast series exploring lesser known stories of the energy transition.
USC’s new Sustainability Hub marks a significant stride in its commitment to the environment.
Rising sophomores across all USC schools are invited to apply to new Hayes Barnard Sustainability Fellowship.