Seeing Green: Tucson Looks Towards a Sustainable Future After Becoming a 2030 DistrictFebruary 6, 2019
Tucson became an established 2030 District on Dec. 20, 2018, when the city, the UA and the county joined the 2030 Districts Network – a nationwide, private-public, nonprofit collaborative who demonstrate that sustainably built buildings can boost a region's economy.
UA Scores 'Most-Improved' Win in Zero-Waste ChallengeFebruary 5, 2019
A campuswide sustainability effort diverted more than 45 percent of waste from landfills during the Wildcats' "Zero-Waste" football game, more than doubling the UA's amount of waste diversion in 2017.
Building Connections Between Plants and ArtFebruary 4, 2019
The Botanical Relations exhibit, now offered at the University of Arizona Museum of Art, combines botany and art to explore plant life and how we interpret plants through unique lenses.
Science Lecture Series Speakers Discuss Experiences as Women in STEMJanuary 28, 2019
The UA College of Science's annual lecture series marks its 14th year with a series of presentations that provide insight into how the scientific community works together to establish scientific truth that grows and evolves over time. "Searching for Certainty" is a six-week series that will address the debates and discoveries that are defining science today.
Southwest Forest Trees Will Grow Much Slower in the 21st CenturyDecember 18, 2018
Southwest forests may decline in productivity on average as much as 75 percent over the 21st century as the climate warms, according to a University of Arizona-led research report.