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Whether in international news or an on-campus presentation, our nearly 300 faculty affiliates and in-house researchers are sharing their work, discussing the boundless effects their environmental endeavors have on Arizona, the U.S., and the world.

Recent News

Virtual Class Driven by Data to Succeed

November 5, 2015

With the help of the UA-based iPlant Collaborative, students in a revolutionary, two-university "ecoinformatics" course dug through unused open-access data to discover how variations in soil composition influence microbial life.

Interdisciplinary Group Addresses Climate Change Through Art

November 2, 2015

For some, the adverse impact associated with global climate change lives in abstraction. Even through a growing number do believe changes in the climate pose a significant threat, people do not always know how to react or plan to help strengthen the environment. The Art-Environment Network founded by IE to communicate and engage individuals across perceived academic barriers, is holding a series of events in the upcoming year.For some, the adverse impact associated with global climate change lives in abstraction. Even through a growing number do believe changes in the climate pose a significant threat, people do not always know how to react or plan to help strengthen the environment. The Art-Environment Network founded by IE to communicate and engage individuals across perceived academic barriers, is holding a series of events in the upcoming year.

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