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from left, Kendall Lankford, Angelu Lesaca and Jazmín Romero.

Champions of change

UC Irvine’s Climate Action Fellows spearhead campus sustainability

Left to right, Hui Wang, Allison Welch and Jinhyuk Kim, graduate students in the UC Irvine Department of Earth System Science.

UC Irvine researchers shine light on rapid changes in Arctic and boreal ecosystems

The changes point toward increasingly unstable ecosystems at high latitudes

Three men collecting water from an open well

UC Irvine scientist helps link climate change to Madagascar’s megadrought

The finding may help policymakers respond to the crisis

A glacier in a fjord in Greenland.

Grounding zone discovery explains accelerated melting under Greenland’s glaciers

UC Irvine researchers suggest we may be underestimating severity of sea level rise

Parry’s Phacelia, a plant with purple flowers, native to Southern California, grows beneath burnt brush.

Study finds drought fuels invasive species after wildfires

UCI biologists highlight critical link between drought, wildfires and coastal ecosystem transformations

Bill Tomlinson, UCI professor of informatics

UC Irvine researcher authors ‘scientists’ warning’ on climate and technology

Academics explore roles of clean energy and AI in combating global warming

UCI’s Chief Innovation Officer Errol Arkilic.

Karma Automotive drives forward climate innovation with UC Irvine’s RADiCal initiative

The union underscores the deepening connection between the university and industry

Gregg Macey (left), director of the Center for Land, Environment and Natural Resources at UCI Law, and Alejandro Camacho, a Chancellor’s Professor of law and faculty director of CLEANR.

Bridging state, local climate action

UCI Law launches groundbreaking program to integrate city land-use plans with California objectives

UCI campus map showing location of combined heat and power plan and location of where heating and cooling water and natural gas service goes.

UCI embarks on decarbonization study

Strategy will be developed to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 90 percent by 2045

Machine learning climate simulation dataset paper wins award at prominent AI conference

UC Irvine Earth system scientists and data scientists led the development of the high-fidelity tool