Steve Davis quoted in Scientific American article highlighting his recent research

The greenhouse gas reductions highlight the difficult road ahead to substantially limit global warming

October 15, 2020

Steve Davis' new research highlighted in Huffington Post

The emissions and methane leaks from new gas plants zero out the CO2 cuts achieved from closing coal plants, a peer-reviewed analysis found.

October 09, 2020

Michael Prather's new research spotlighted in UCI News

Long-lived greenhouse gas could hinder international climate goals, researchers say

October 08, 2020

Davis Group's new research highlighted in Wired

Coal plant upgrades led to a dramatic reduction in sulfur dioxide emissions. But those particles also help reflect solar heat away from the planet.

September 30, 2020

Sue Trumbore's Balzan Prize spotlighted in UCI News

Susan Trumbore, UCI professor of Earth system science, is among four recipients of the 2020 Balzan Prize, one of the most prestigious international awards in natural science and humanities.

September 17, 2020

Jim Randerson quoted in the Washington Post about West Coast wildfires

California’s unprecedented wildfires, driven by man-made climate change, are pumping the atmosphere with tens of millions of tons of carbon dioxide that will only drive global temperatures higher. 

September 17, 2020

Jim Randerson quoted in Degrees of Change piece about wildfires

The anthropocene is the most recent geological time period of the Earth, in which human influence has been the key driver of ecological and geological changes. These environmental changes manifest in a multitude of ways, all which ultimately impact us. In 2019, intense fires sprung up on every inhabited continent on the planet. In just one year, 250,000 fires across the world resulted in almost 40 million hectares of land being burnt.

September 10, 2020


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