Giselle Lugo Combines Her Interests to Explore Environment at Arizona
What is your major/year?
I’m a senior, dual degree student majoring in Law and Animal Sciences, with a thematic minor in Environmental Development and Communication. I’m also pursuing the Tribal Courts and Justice Administration undergraduate certificate.
Water Solutions on Navajo Nation: A UArizona Partnership with Sixth World Solutions
Thirty percent of Navajo homes lack indoor plumbing and access to central infrastructure for water and power. Those residents must haul water, sometimes from distant locations, from unregulated sources.
Honoring Diana Liverman for her leadership in environment
On May 20, 2021, the Arizona Institutes for Resilience (AIR) celebrated Diana Liverman, outgoing director of the School of Geography, Development & Environment, with the announcement of the new undergraduate scholarship program in AIR named in her honor, the Diana Liverman Scholars Program.
The Realities of Adaptation in the Water Sector
On May 19, 2021, the Arizona Institutes for Resilience presented the third episode of the Water Solutions for Our Warmer World series, “The Realities of Adaptation in the Water Sector,” moderated by Andrea Gerlak from the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy and School of Geography, Development & Environment.