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The ocean.

Science ·

Can We Tweak Marine Chemistry to Help Stave Off Climate Change?

Adding industrial chemicals and natural alkaline minerals could slow climate change, but like other geoengineering proposals, it comes with many complex technical and legal challenges.
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Five soldiers look at a laptop.

Technology ·

US Military Steps Up Cyberwarfare Effort

A new strategy for U.S. Cyber Command seeks to block enemies from achieving their objectives – but may not be successful, and could have unforeseen consequences.
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Carbon Commitment Climate Leadership

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AU Recognized By Climate Action Organization For Achieving Carbon Neutrality

Second Nature highlights AU for being first urban campus to achieve green milestone
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Betsy Fischer Martin, Elizabeth Suhay, Rep. Haley Stevens, Vicky Wilkins

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New Research to Help Scientists Better Connect with Policymakers

Elizabeth Suhay, an AU School of Public Affairs (SPA) associate professor, and her coauthors, developed a new guide for scientists to best share their expertise with policymakers.
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2017 Recylcemania at Zero waste basket ball game

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AU Men's Basketball Hosts Annual Sustainability Game Night - Feb. 13

Eagles celebrate reaching and maintaining carbon neutrality
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Photo of Professor Catherine Stoodley. Headshot in front of computer.

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Cutting-Edge Brain Research Honored by Association for Psychological Science

Associate Professor of Psychology Catherine Stoodley has been elected a fellow of the Association for Psychological Science (APS).
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A heat map illustrating the significant reduction in energy usage in late December 2017 as a result of the Energy Curtailment initiative

Environment ·

Winter Energy Curtailment Initiative Reduces Tons of Carbon Emissions Annually

Facilities Management urges university community to continue holiday energy-savings efforts
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A Sharp multi function printing device

Environment ·

Managed Print Program Initiative Expected to Yield Financial and Energy Savings

AU's printer consolidation efforts are projected to save $5 million over five years.
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President H. W. Bush with Bill Reilly

Environment ·

'It's Pretty Hard to Say No to a President'

Bill Reilly, who has been instrumental to the direction of the SPA Center for Environmental Policy and its William K. Reilly Endowment, recently reflected on his time as EPA Administrator under President George H. W. Bush.
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A chalkboard filled with equations and writing.

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A Building Made for Collaboration

The Don Myers Technology and Innovation Building serves as an environment that fosters interdisciplinary collaboration between students and faculty. With the new building finished, the faculty celebrated with a welcome party.
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