In the Media

Nov 29, 2023
The vision of El Niño as producer of historic California storms may be outdated. Source: NBC News
Nov 22, 2023
Solar energy can alter the Earth’s magnetic field and likely lead the animals astray. Source: Smithsonian Magazine
Nov 21, 2023
Phenomenologists must make precise predictions for what they expect DUNE data to look like. Source: Symmetry Magazine
Nov 14, 2023
A long-awaited federal climate report, released Tuesday, delivers a blunt warning: Rapidly curb planet-warming emissions or face dire consequences to human health, infrastructure and the economy.
Nov 14, 2023
The dire effects of human-caused climate change are worsening and they threaten to bring more extreme heat waves, droughts, floods and wildfires unless urgent actions are taken, scientists warned in a major national report.
Nov 14, 2023
A major government assessment lays out both the far-reaching perils of global warming and the cost-effective fixes that are available today.
Nov 10, 2023
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation covers new research from Professor Steve Davis in the Department of Earth System Science.
Nov 9, 2023
Chances are you don’t know where your pie crust came from and don’t care, so would you switch to artificial oils to save the planet?
Nov 7, 2023
“Such ‘food without the farm’ could avoid enormous quantities of climate-warming emissions while also safeguarding biodiverse lands that might otherwise be cleared for farms.”
Nov 6, 2023
Commercializing the production of synthetic dietary fats could relieve pressure on a global agricultural sector that is struggling to decarbonize, a new study has found.
Nov 2, 2023
Hidden rivers of meltwater are decaying Antarctica’s glaciers from beneath, a new study has found — meaning sea levels are likely rising faster than scientists had feared.
Oct 24, 2023
Thwaites glacier is showing quickening ice losses, but has thus far only contributed a few millimeters to sea level rise since the late 1970s, according to data shared by UCI's Professor Eric Rignot.