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Recent News

Report Cover: A Campus Conversation on Sustainability

Report: A Campus Conversation on Sustainability

May 10, 2017

On January 17 2017 faculty, staff and students from the University of Arizona convened to discuss sustainability across campus and make recommendations on how we could become more sustainable on a number of dimensions. This report provides an overview of the event and lists recommendations made by participants. 

NOAA Western Region: Climate Service Providers Database

Climate Services Database Now Available for the Western States

May 8, 2017

<p>Now available! The NOAA Western Region Climate Service Providers Database is a searchable directory of climate service providers in the west. Its powerful search function allows users to customize their search based on the type of service, the geographic area, stakeholders served, and several additional parameters. It’s a match-making app for the climate world.</p>

Arizona Water Resource: The Water Resources Research Center Quarterly Newsletter

Arizona Water Resource - Spring 2017

May 4, 2017

<p>The spring issue of the WRRC's Arizona Water Resource quarterly newsletter was published and emailed to subscribers this week. This AWR features an article recapping the main themes explored in the WRRC's 2017 annual conference, <em>Irrigated Agriculture in Arizona: A Fresh Perspective</em>, held March 28 at the UA Student Union Memorial Center in Tucson. </p>

Southwest Climate Podcast. Climate Assessment for the Southwest (image: CLIMAS)

Quiescent but Warm: Calm Before the Fire and Brimstone

May 3, 2017

<p>In the May 2017 episode of the CLIMAS Southwest Climate Podcast - Zack Guido is back and sits down with Mike Crimmins to do a recap of the winter that was (or in some ways, wasn't), the current and recent conditions in the Southwest (including fire weather and fire conditions), and a look forward to what we can expect from the "fire and brimstone" season that is already building (with just a hint of a monsoon discussion to keep Zack feeling sane).</p>

(Photo: Patrick McArdle/UANews)

Commencement to Honor High Achievers

April 30, 2017

<p>Seven seniors will be recognized for their significant accomplishments as undergraduates at the UA's Commencement ceremony. One senior, Abdullah Bader Aleidan, is receiving a degree in environmental engineering and will continue his education at John Hopkins University to pursue a master's degree in chemical engineering. </p>

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