Guide to the Arizona monsoon: Dust storms, lightning and safety tips for first-timers

You breezed through your first winter — we know, 75 degrees and sunny in January was tough — but you did it. You really liked spring, when you were able to get outside, and even though it's starting to get a little toasty now you're thinking you can handle summer. Because, really, how much hotter can it get?

Growing Arizona’s economy with climate change in mind

Whether rich, poor, cold or hot, every region’s economy will be affected by climate change, indicates research from institutions like the National Bureau of Economic Research and the World Bank Group. 

Startup Licenses UArizona Alternative Solar Energy System

The high-efficiency photovoltaic system licensed by Gen3 captures more heat and energy than currently available solar panels.

Fall arrives in Valley with gray skies, more days of over 100 degrees ahead

Fall arrived Tuesday in metro Phoenix and it was gray, a little damp and warmer than average, but at least we have officially kissed summer goodbye.

TEP Announces 2020 Go Green Award Winners

Tucson Electric Power is recognizing nine local businesses and organizations with Go Green Awards for their partnership in promoting greater sustainability through efforts that range from saving small owls and salvaging cactuses to brewing responsibly.

The potential of green infrastructure in mitigating flood impacts: Focused on the mobility of low income and minority comunities

This research advances national U.S. methods for assessing flood vulnerability and prioritizing transportation improvement investments, to ensure that no community is left stranded when the next flood occurs.