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pollution

Tenfold carbon emissions reduction needed to meet Paris climate goal

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

Assistant professor Michael Méndez named to L.A. Regional Water Quality Control Board

Michael Méndez, assistant professor of urban planning & public policy, has been appointed by state Gov. Gavin Newsom to the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board. The panel, one of nine statewide, is part of the California Environmental Protection Agency. Its mission is to preserve and enhance water quality in the L.A. area for […]

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

UCI is No. 1 in Sierra magazine’s 2020 ‘Cool Schools’ ranking of sustainability leaders

Campus has been in top 10 for unmatched 11 straight years, with 4 first-place finishes

Michael Méndez, UCI assistant professor of urban planning & public policy

What’s next: The future of environmental justice

As with the coronavirus, low-income communities of color are most affected by unsustainable practices

Prof. Manabu Shiraiwa and postdoc Pascale Lakey are studying indoor air quality

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With more people staying home, UCI-led research on health effects of indoor air quality takes on new urgency

Plastics, pathogens and baby formula: What’s in your shellfish?

New UCI-led study finds coastal urbanization increases contamination in seafood

Foundation donates $1 million to UCI’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering

Gift establishes research institute for sustainable development of materials

UCI is No. 1 in U.S., No. 2 overall in Sierra magazine’s 2019 ‘Cool Schools’ ranking

With unmatched 10 straight years in top 10, campus is higher ed sustainability leader

Study examines a million corals one by one in urgent call to save reefs

UCI biologist among data contributors to large, unprecedented project