With climate change expected to increasingly have an impact on child nutrition, new research led by University of Maryland geographers pinpoints areas of the globe where children could face the biggest risk from events like severe drought or periods of extreme rainfall.
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University of Maryland alum and Hungry Harvest CEO, Evan Lutz op-ed featured in The Baltimore Sun.
With the recent launch of the Maryland Energy Innovation Accelerator (MEIA), the Maryland Clean Energy Center (MCEC) is poised to deliver on its mission of assisting energy related research and technology efforts to commercialize and move to market.
UMD Case Study Examines How Green Infrastructure Can Help Suburban Environments Manage Increasingly Intense Stormwater and Adapt to Climate Change.
DOTS' Parking Cash Out will open on Monday, August 5, offering $450 to the first 75 eligible employees who give up their parking permit and commit to a sustainable commute for the entire 2019-2020 academic year.
Sustainability Seven: Jelena Srebric
Join the Do Good Institute at the University of Maryland as a Program Associate or Program Communications Associate to support students and student teams in creating impact for today's most pressing social issues.
UMD geologist contributes to analysis that suggests current climate models can accurately predict climate warming several decades into the future.
Research Suggests Less Varied Crops, More Pollinator Dependence Threaten Food Security.
The Lead Community Engagement Coordinator will assist the Director with the Office of Community Engagement’s objectives to increase service learning and engagement programs, budget decisions, communication, and advocacy efforts.
Trash to Treasure Program Collects Estimated 25 Tons of Recyclable, Reusable Goods.
Learn about the power of an alternative water resource, rainwater collected from a rooftop, to provide plentiful, fresh produce for needy members of a Maryland town.