Along the Southwest Border, Trump’s Wall Is Only One of the Insults He Left Behind

Here’s what Biden should do about the poverty, discrimination and environmental destruction.

Announcing the 2021 AIR Resilience Grants Recipients

AIR’s call for Resilience Grant proposals brought in 31 unique submissions for activities that advance the institute’s mission of supporting interdisciplinary groups, including off-campus partners, to develop practical, applied solutions that further resilience in our natural and human communities.

'Science Moms' work to educate children on impact of climate change

Climate scientists have been telling us for decades that Earth is warming and that’s impacting everything from air quality and extreme weather to our water supply and food production.

Annual Space Horizons conference discusses sustainability in space

Week-long, virtual conference focuses on ecological, economic sustainability of space exploration, research

UA wins funding to support renewable energy innovation

The University of Arizona Center for Innovation recently received an award of up to $300,000 from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to support the U.S. technology innovators competing in the Department of Energy’s American-Made Challenges program. 

Student-Produced Documentary Chronicles UArizona Success Taming COVID-19 Through Wastewater

"Solution Number Two," a short documentary produced by students in the School of Theatre, Film and Television, premiered last week and is available to stream through Feb. 17.

New research finds rainwater harvesting could be solution to Tucson food deserts

Data shows nearly 94,000 Tucson residents live in a food desert; those are low-income neighborhoods where the closest grocery store is at least a mile away.

Enough habitat exists to support return of Mexican wolves in Southwest, study says

A U.S.-Mexico partnership could aid the long-term recovery of the endangered Mexican wolf, a subspecies of the North American gray wolf, and its eventual removal from the U.S. endangered species list, according to a new study.

The fight for an equitable energy economy for the Navajo Nation

On a chilly December morning in northern Arizona, near the town of Page, Nicole Horseherder stood beside a barbed-wire fence, waiting for the smokestacks of the Navajo Generating Station to fall. The coal-fired power plant, just a mile away, towered against the backdrop of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and a cloudless blue sky.