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Cy Keener works in Arctic with helicopter in background

Professor Combines Art and Data to Capture Beauty, Diversity of Arctic Ice

Assistant Professor of Art Cy Keener Collaborates on a New Exhibition at the National Academy of Sciences

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To Design for the Future, Class Looks to the Past

Architecture Students Boost Site Sustainability Through Indigenous Ecological Practices

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UMD-led Climate Report Details Steps to Halving U.S. Emissions by 2030

Analysis Unveiled at COP27 Calls for More Zero-emissions Vehicles, Closing Coal Power Plants, Mandating Clean Energy Use

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Study Warns of Climate Change’s Looming Devastation of Insect Species

UMD Entomologist on International Team Says Enough Time Remains to Shift Course

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7 Ways You Can Make a Difference on Climate Change

College Park Scholars’ Panel of Local, State Leaders Echoes Message of First Year Book

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UMD Program Plants Seeds of Stormwater Relief

Local Towns Explore Green Barriers to Flooding

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The Salvation Army of Jackson and Walmart distribute bottled water

‘A Multitude of Risks and Hazards’

UMD Expert: Jackson Water Crisis Latest Example of Marginalized Communities Bearing Brunt of Neglected Infrastructure

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Flipping the Channel

New Professor Left Cable News for Climate Data Science

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"All We Can Save" book

A Climate of Hope

First Year Book Anthology Showcases Resilience of Women in Face of Environmental Change

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A ‘Groundbreaking Opportunity’ to Fight Climate Change

UMD Expert Sees Senate Legislation as a First Step in Investing in Environmental Justice

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UMD-led Study Finds Climate Answers in Trees—Particularly Big Ones

Researchers Model Historic Biomass to Understand Global Carbon Balance

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Early Warning for a Warming World

Research Linking Monsoon Season Changes, Several Infectious Diseases Could Improve Public Health Planning

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