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Recently, the UCI Blum Center, in collaboration with the Climate and Urban Sustainability Program (CUSP), and the School of Social Ecology, hosted the award winning...
What does sustainability look like for Pacific Islands in Oceania, namely the Mariana Islands? What does it entail for islands that are ancestral homelands for Indigenous...
Last week, ProPublica journalist Abraham Lustgarten published a piece covering recent scientific research detailing how and where dramatic climate changes are or will soon...
Richard A. Matthew (B.A., McGill; Ph.D., Princeton) is Professor of International and Environmental Politics in the Schools of Social Ecology and Social Science at the University of California at Irvine, and founding Director of the UCI Blum Center for Poverty Alleviation.