Students: Use the Green Course, Green Degree, and Green Engagement Guides to Jump Start the Year!
IE has streamlined the process by allowing students to explore the unlimited number of opportunities to become involved both on and off campus all in one place. Utilize the green guides to make a difference in sustainability efforts and the environment during your college years and beyond.
UA Student Named a National Geographic Emerging Explorer
Half a world away, in her native Zambia, UA graduate student and lion biologist Thandiwe Mweetwa is helping preserve the country’s population of big cats. In a nod to her work, the National Geographic Society selected her to be part of its 2016 class of Emerging Explorers, a program that recognizes gifted and inspiring scientists, conservationists, and innovators who are at the forefront of discovery and global problem solving.
In Tribal Communities, Climate Resilience Begins with Choice
For Carson-Haury Fellow Tommy Jones, developing renewable energy on Native lands is more than an abstract goal. It’s fundamental to changing the lives of some 15 percent of Native Americans who live without access to basic utilities such as water and electricity—and it’s deeply personal.
From Tucson to Paris for Global Well-being
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.