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As demand for low-cost hydrogen fuel rises, USC scientists developed a prototype “hydrogen on-demand” reactor to make the vital resource more affordable and accessible.
Climate change is wreaking havoc on our collective mental health and well-being. USC experts discuss the profound effects of the climate crisis and what we can do to cope.
Amid U.S.-China tensions, trade regulations and consumer demands have brought human rights into sharp focus. USC experts discuss how the global textile industry is changing.
Recent discoveries show that microplastics are appearing in human blood, tap water and numerous forms of marine life. USC researchers Clay C.C. Wang and Travis Williams are investigating ways to incentivize plastic collection and tackle the pollution accumulating off the Los Angeles coast.
USC has built a comprehensive sustainability initiative that touches every facet of the university. From the elimination of single-use plastic bottles to partnering with LADWP to maximize solar energy availability in Los Angeles, the university has committed to moving forward in ways that will change the face of the university, the city and the world.
Poor environmental and water management have turned the delta into one of the largest polluted areas on the planet. Millions of people and migrating birds are at risk of exposure to water-borne contaminants.
New research co-authored by Geoff Boeing, assistant professor of Urban Planning and Spatial Analysis at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, demonstrates how decades of racist planning decisions have contributed to a vehicle pollution paradox.
Seven thirsty states, including California, are fighting over the dwindling waters of the Colorado River. USC experts look at how we got here — and why this was inevitable.
Inspired by the plastic pollution problem in his home country, USC computer science master's student Thiloshon Nagarajah received a $25,000 global prize from the IBM Call for Code Global Challenge.