The agreement still leaves many unanswered questions, as well as concerns from vulnerable countries about who will qualify, who pays and who is in charge, says a USC climate expert.
Earle, who is spending the fall semester at USC Annenberg, was the first woman to hold the role of NOAA chief scientist.
The conference brought together leading experts to address three aspects of climate change: energy and technology, food and water, and human behavior.
Climate change has contributed tensions to the largest river restoration and dam removal project in U.S. history. USC experts explain.
Recent chair of the influential Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to address the Oct. 17 conference at Town and Gown.
Eco-grief and climate anxiety are among the phrases used to describe the feelings of dread and despair that come with bearing witness to the planet’s suffering.
GREEN WEEK: USC experts discuss the profound effects of the climate crisis on human health and well-being.
Amid one of the hottest summers on record, USC caregiving expert Donna Benton shares how caregivers can help vulnerable older adults stay healthy.
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.
The new practice provides expert research and project management services to government, industry and nonprofit partners in the fast-growing clean technology and sustainability market.