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Climate Change

Cy Keener screengrab

Big Ten Network: Finding Art in Changing Environment

Assistant Professor Communicates Scientific Findings in Unique Visual Installations

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Student collects data on air humidity, air temperature, and natural light exposure

Building Toward Zero

Project to Develop Ways to Make Older Campus Structures Models of Efficiency

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Ocean

Is Earth Losing a Key Buffer Against Climate Change?

UMD-led Team Produces Detailed Maps of Rising Ocean Acidity Since 1750

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Solar panels on garage roof

University Halves Carbon Emissions Ahead of Schedule

Despite Successes, Challenges Remain to Reach Carbon Neutrality, Campus Officials Say

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Cy Keener hangs art exhibit in Rockville, Md.

A Cold, Hard Act

Art Installation to Illustrate Climate Change Unexpectedly Disrupted—by Climate Change Itself

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Cool veggies illustration

Cool Food Pledge to Reduce UMD’s ‘Foodprint’

UMD Becomes First University to Join Coalition Fighting Climate Change Through Sustainable Menu Choices

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Woman in heat of the sun

Soaring Temperatures Mean Rising Peril to Kidney Disease Patients

Study Finds Risk Varies by Race, Location, Other Diseases

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Commuting illustration

Cash for (Sustainable) Commuting

Program Offers Financial Incentive for Ditching the Car

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Climate march

Eyeing the Long Game on Climate Change

Sociology Professor Examines Broader Impact of Global Youth Climate Movement

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Mountain landscape

Floods, Droughts and a Melting World

Engineering Researcher Measures Global Snow Total in Face of Climate Change

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Forest

Forests of the Future

Researchers Map Maryland Forests’ Potential to Store Carbon, Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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Campus Pollen

Earlier Spring Breezes May Bring More Sneezes

Changes in Season’s Onset Linked to Increasing Hay Fever Allergies Across U.S.

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