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smoke rises from chemical plants near Baton Rouge, louisiana

Structural Racism Drives Higher COVID-19 Death Rates in Louisiana, UMD Study Finds

Black Families More Likely to Face ‘Stressors’ That Increased Vulnerability to Disease

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Russian Attack on Ukraine Also Targeted Global Food Supply

UMD Experts Predict That Poorer Nations Will Suffer Most as Chaos Grips Agriculture in Black Sea Region

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Aging Society Creates Challenge for Cutting Carbon Emissions, Study Including UMD Researcher Finds

Older Adults Have Outsize Environmental Impact—Not Necessarily by Choice

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Pivoting to a New Pandemic Pain Point

Alum’s Vaccine Hunter Group Now Finds COVID-19 Tests

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Global COVID-19 Survey by UMD, Facebook Earns Likes

Survey Launched at Pandemic’s Onset Proves It Can Function as Early Warning System for Changes in Outbreaks

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Joe Biden speaking at a podium, with other world leaders seated next to him, in front of a blue screen with the words United Nations Climate Change

5 Key Takeaways From COP26

Participating UMD Researchers, Staff Share Hopes, Concerns as UN Climate Conference Wraps Up

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$12.75M Bezos-funded Grant to Support Geography Researchers’ New Approach to Global Mapping

Project With World Resources Institute Will Cut Through Data Clutter to Protect the Earth

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Conservation Crime Fighter

Geographical Sciences Researcher Shapes New Way to Understand Offenses Against the Earth

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Study Finds Money Rules in Household Energy Efficiency Gains

Geographical Sciences Research Shows Cutting Residential Building Carbon Emissions Can Help Fight Climate Change

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A Mom-Motivated Business, From the Caribbean to Maryland

Inspired by Gran, Alum and Her Mother Create Island-Influenced Sauces, Spices and Sweets

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Aerial view of Brazzaville with the Congo River and Kinshasa, Capital of Democratic Republic of the Congo in the background

Conservation Criminology for a Troubling Trade

UMD Researcher Examines Traffic in Poached Wild Meat in Urban Africa

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COVID vaccination site

Terps Seek to Shorten Vaccine Appointment Waiting Game

Alum’s Facebook Group, Student’s Website and Twitter Feed Help Connect Marylanders With Openings

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