Climate scientist illustrates how carbon dioxide is rapidly raising Earth’s temperature.
USC graduate Patricia Garcia is winning accolades for her startup company that allows students to sell their used collegiate gear.
In Los Angeles Times report, Kelly Sanders of the USC Viterbi School says people are becoming desensitized to drought issues.
Officials are imposing tough water-use restrictions on about 6 million people in southern California. Many are looking for practical ways to conserve.
Ershaghi Center for Energy Transition at the Viterbi School will support researchers as they find solutions to move away from hydrocarbons to renewable energy.
Students are developing solutions to cold-climate air quality in Fairbanks by using special wood stove filters — a literal smoke screen.
As a biologist turned architect, School of Architecture Associate Professor Doris Sung approaches sustainable design in a unique way.
As the University addresses climate change, psychologists provide help with a sense of despair from the global climate crisis.
Metro will be offering free bus, rail and bike share rides on Earth Day, Friday, April 22 in recognition of public transit’s role in helping improve the environment and reducing greenhouse gases that cause climate change. If you’re new to Metro or haven’t ridden in a while, use the Transit app for iPhones and Android…
USC School of Architecture alumna Brittany Moffett (Master of Building Science ’16, BS Civil ‘14) has found a home at Arup, a mission-driven global engineering and consulting firm committed to sustainable development. There she has an uncommon but emerging role: Resilience Engineer. “Right now, the world is grappling with multiple concurrent crises, like climate change,…