Landon Brand, Ben Stanfield and Mimi Tran Zambetti’s startup runs a website that calculates your carbon footprint. That way you can easily fund climate solutions that offset your lifestyle.
The university grows fruits, vegetables and herbs — sustainably — in an unexpected oasis just off of Figueroa Street.
The naming gift is part of the university’s ambitious Frontiers of Computing initiative, the largest and most comprehensive academic initiative in USC history.
GREEN WEEK: 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.
GREEN WEEK: The L.A. Memorial Coliseum’s zero waste program, one of the most acclaimed in the country, is diverting tons of recyclable and compostable waste away from landfills.
GREEN WEEK: The 1,500-square-foot hub is a collaborative, inclusive and multiuse gathering space for advancing sustainability at USC.
GREEN WEEK: USC experts discuss the profound effects of the climate crisis on human health and well-being.
GREEN WEEK: Early-career researchers are ready to tackle challenging environmental problems through interdisciplinary work.
The university is accelerating its transition to renewable energy and edging closer to its ambitious sustainability goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2025.
Outlawing controlled burns didn’t work. As demand for prescribed fire increases across California, experts explore traditional and modern methods for building wildfire resilience in a burning world.