Environment/Energy

Isabella Velicogna

UCI’s Velicogna contributes to study stressing benefits of limiting greenhouse gas emissions

Climate model predictions made more precise through use of NASA GRACE satellite data

UCI researchers identify primary causes of Greenland’s rapid ice sheet surface melt

Weather station data point to wind- and solar-driven heating as leading culprits

California’s wildfire season has lengthened, and its peak is now earlier in the year

UCI environmental engineers analyzed a century’s worth of the Golden State’s blazes

UCI-led study uses plankton genomes as global biosensors of ocean ecosystem stress

UCI graduate students, researchers traveled the world to chart major ocean regions

New U.S. Carbon Monitor website compares emissions among the 50 states

Tool helps to track abrupt yet temporary emissions declines during pandemic

Tenfold carbon emissions reduction needed to meet Paris climate goal

UCI Earth system scientist Steve Davis part of international team evaluating global warming factors

Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building

UCI researchers join forces to tackle challenges in human health and the environment

Newest building on campus is designed from the ground up to foster collaboration

UCI Podcast Indicator

UCI Podcast: Solving climate change with clean hydrogen fuel

UCI and Orange County are at the forefront of the clean hydrogen revolution

Up-trending farming and landscape disruptions threaten Paris climate agreement goals

UCI-led team tracked global land-use greenhouse gas emissions from 1961 to 2017

Increasing ocean temperature threatens Greenland’s ice sheet

UCI and NASA JPL scientists study impact of warm, salty water beneath glaciers