Mark Clytus, Indige-FEWSS Trainee

Profile on Mark Clytus: Indige-FEWSS Trainee

Mark Clytus is a first-generation Ph.D. student in American Indian Studies with an emphasis in Natural Resource Management and Policy/ Indigenous STEM Education at the University of Arizona. He has been a Trainee with IndigeFEWSS since the start of the program in 2018 and contributes to education and community engagement initiatives.

 

California Is Launching Monitoring Satellites To Hunt Super-Emitters

California and partners will launch two satellites by 2023 to spot and monitor plumes of carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane – with dozen more to follow if all goes right. The elimination of these planet-warming greenhouse gases is essential to curbing climate change.

'A Future That Is Likely Doomed': Why Climate Change Makes Young People Worried About Having Kids

Climate change has changed the way a lot of us think about the future, but for what seems like a growing number of young people, it’s changing something fundamental: Their decision to have children.

Researchers look to solve food production challenges due to climate change

Researchers say climate change is posing significant challenges for farmers across the country and could have an impact on food production in years to come.

Climate change will be disastrous even after latest world pledges, report finds

The recent pledges made by world governments to limit carbon emissions will not be sufficient to meet the goal of keeping global temperatures from rising above 1.5 degrees Celsius, a new report concluded. Instead, those nonbinding commitments will result in a rise in the average global temperature to a potentially catastrophic 2.4 degrees Celsius. 

UArizona Cuts Carbon Footprint with All-Renewable Grid-Purchased Power

An agreement with Tucson Electric Power will reduce the University of Arizona's carbon footprint by one-third and save the university millions of dollars over the agreement's 20-year life.