Architizer named several USC Architecture alumni and faculty projects among the winners of the world’s most innovative and impactful contemporary designs.
Iovine and Young Academy alumni discuss how they help combat climate change with a website that calculates your carbon footprint so you can easily fund climate solutions that offset your lifestyle’s output.
Foxes inhabiting six of Southern California’s Channel Islands were saved from extinction by the Endangered Species Act. Now, a new study shows they face a different threat: their own lack of genetic diversity.
Students are conducting a research project to prove that holistically-raised food yields more nutritional benefits than traditionally-produced food while also benefiting the environment.
New research from the Keck School of Medicine of USC shows that air pollution particles activate a cellular defense mechanism known as autophagy, which may reduce the ability of cells to fight off other harms.
Undergraduate students in the EH MATTERS fellowship program are committed to improving the health and wellness of communities here in Los Angeles.
In commemoration of Earth Day, students enrolled in the Health Promotion 448: Global Environmental Changes and Health course, wrote op-eds about the intersectionality of various public health issues in relation to climate change.
President Folt announces the last Friday of April Arbor Day at USC. Learn how you can help support our efforts to protect our trees.
Leah Thomas, the founder of Intersectional Environmentalist, shared her journey from academia to activism and answered questions with students.
Chief Sustainability Officer Mick Dalrymple highlights both visible and invisible reductions in waste in the latest annual report for sustainability.