Earth Month 2023 Recap

Highlights of events and activities across campuses during USC’s Earth Month Celebration across the month of April 2023. The USC community came together for sharing, workshops, demonstrations, neighborhood clean ups, conferences, gardening, open markets, and creative art exhibits.


President Folt’s Earth Month 2023 Message

Sustainable Stuff You Don’t See at USC

Climate Forward Conference Part 1

Climate Forward Conference Part 2

Trojan Tea Time Episode 11: Earth Day Special


Preventative Dose – Electric Vehicle Adoption with Sandrah Eckel, PhD

Sandrah Eckel is an associate professor of population and public health sciences, and director of the PhD in Biostatistics program. Her latest research documents the actual impact of electric vehicle adoption in the first study to use real-world data to link electric cars, air pollution and health. 

The Annenverse – Every News Story is a Climate Story

As climate change begins to have wider and more devastating consequences, climate journalism has never been more urgent. But reporters in this field face a variety of obstacles including the politicization of global warming and public distrust.

The Academic Minute

The Nile River is an important waterway facing an uncertain future. Essam Heggy, research scientist at USC, determines the issues facing the river and its communities.

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