Watch the recording and view presentation slides from a USC event educating students about sustainability practices.
A new podcast from the USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism launches season 1 with the message that every story is a climate story.
The USC Peace Garden is designed by student landscape architects to strengthen the relationship between green spaces, occupations and health.
An urban-themed competition challenges students to develop high-impact solutions and compete for a $15,000 prize.
Projects will leverage the power of the arts and community partnerships to find solutions for issues such as equitable education, environmental racism, health and wellness, restorative justice and spatial injustice.
A five-day hike by USC students and community members will span the 51-mile Los Angeles River, noting climate change impact, honoring climate and social justice advocates, and documenting conditions.
A collaboration between a USC team of artists and scientists are working with local community activists to address environmental justice.
WOODLUMS is a USC student organization dedicated to addressing environmental racism and making nature accessible to Black people.