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Recent News

Institute of the Environment Booth at COP21

From Tucson to Paris for Global Well-being

June 28, 2016

Last winter, University of Arizona faculty, researchers, and students joined delegates from around the world at a high-stakes climate change conference in Paris. As countries worked to make meaningful reductions in worldwide carbon emissions, the UA delegation shared expertise, research, and hope.

June 2016 Southwest Climate Outlook

June 16, 2016

May precipitation totals in Arizona and New Mexico were average to above average, while temperatures were average to below average. May is one of the warmest and driest months in the Southwest, so these deviations provided a welcome break from more typical conditions.