ENR2 Tells a Story Decades in the MakingSeptember 9, 2015
UA alumni Jim Richard and May Carr set out to design a building that reflected unique aspects of the surrounding Sonoran desert, while establishing a new standard for campus sustainability.
ENR2: A New Model for SustainabilitySeptember 4, 2015
The much-anticipated building, which has its grand opening on Thursday, brings together desert and design. "It's not enough for our buildings and spaces to just facilitate — they must inspire," says Peter Dourlein, UA assistant vice president of Planning, Design and Construction.
Climate Change & PoetrySeptember 1, 2015
CLIMAS Climate and Society Fellow Eric Magrane writes about his upcoming community course, “Climate Change & Poetry,” at the University of Arizona Poetry Center.
How Wind Sculpted the Earth’s Largest Dust DepositSeptember 1, 2015
A team of UA geoscientists figured out how China’s Loess Plateau, a dust deposit the size of the state of Arizona, came to be. Dust deposits known as loess often create good agricultural soil.