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Karletta Chief, 2022 Woman of Discovery

Karletta Chief, University of Arizona Distinguished Professor and Extension Specialist and Director of the AIRES Indigenous Resilience Center, was honored with a Wings WorldQuest 2022 Women of Discovery Award today in New York City, New York. She joined four other unique and impactful women in receiving this year's award. Read more >>

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Study suggests offshore oil and gas production in Gulf of Mexico has higher methane loss rates than typical onshore production

New remote sensing methods shed light on large methane plumes from offshore oil and gas infrastructure that have previously been invisible.

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Local Opinion: Hard-nosed Arizonans can lead the way on climate change

There’s no sugarcoating it: Arizona, like most of the U.S., is experiencing a climate emergency. It’s clear we are at a breaking point.

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Building Resilience in the Face of a Dwindling Colorado River

Policymakers, industry and conservation professionals, and tribal members explore pathways to a sustainable future for the millions of people reliant on the “lifeblood of the American West.”

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Nine (9) Colleges and Universities Receive Acceleration Fund Support for their Climate Projects

Cambridge, Massachusetts (April 21, 2022) - Nine (9) colleges and universities have been named as the awardees of the Third Round of the Acceleration Fund. Second Nature, an NGO whose mission it is to accelerate climate action in, and through, higher education, announced the awarded schools during the 2022 Higher Education Climate Leadership Summit.