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We’re more than a month out from the official start of spring, but that hasn’t stopped it from popping up earlier than expected.
The multidisciplinary, six-week "Climate Change: Earth, Sea, and Sky" class kicks off March 17.
Tucson Electric Power is significantly reducing carbon emissions from an energy portfolio that includes more renewable energy and less coal than ever before.
The Colorado River Basin has experienced incredibly large flood events in the past. Present-day river deposits can be used to understand the size and timing of floods that have happened within the region.
Boosting the number of grocery stores in a city could help cut down on food waste and mitigate the harmful effects of climate change, a new study suggests — all while reducing households’ grocery expenses.
A robot named Sam rules over this atypical Ohio farm.
While Southern Arizona has always been known for rich, mining resources, now the Old Pueblo is gaining a national reputation for being a mining tech hub.
Because 97% of us never have — not even once.
The movements of water within the ocean basins has been increasing in speed over the last 20 years, a new study shows, conflicting with prior models of climate change.
In the race against global climate change, researchers at the University of Arizona are working to preserve, catalog, and map the potential of thousands of species of imperiled fungi found in the world’s boreal forests.