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A University of Arizona researcher is leading a National Science Foundation project that is integrating A.I. to simulate the nation's groundwater supply for the purpose of forecasting droughts and floods.
Whether rich, poor, cold or hot, every region’s economy will be affected by climate change, indicates research from institutions like the National Bureau of Economic Research and the World Bank Group.
As the temperatures in our area start to cool off, University of Arizona officials are continuing to monitor people walking on Tumamoc Hill.
Do you know where your water comes from? Do you harvest rainwater, take shorter showers or limit your water use to conserve and protect the resource? One year ago, the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center polled Gila County residents about water use and awareness. Some of the results may surprise you
Some reforms to the National Flood Insurance Program could have disproportionately negative impacts on the same groups, according to researchers.
The high-efficiency photovoltaic system licensed by Gen3 captures more heat and energy than currently available solar panels.
The great blazes burning the West are like colossal campfires.
Toilet paper isn’t something many people think about until we either need it, we’re out of it or as many people saw this spring, it was nowhere to be found.
Fall arrived Tuesday in metro Phoenix and it was gray, a little damp and warmer than average, but at least we have officially kissed summer goodbye.
Tucson Electric Power is recognizing nine local businesses and organizations with Go Green Awards for their partnership in promoting greater sustainability through efforts that range from saving small owls and salvaging cactuses to brewing responsibly.