The combination of data and maps is useful for a lot more than just helping you get from point A to point B. Think natural disasters, global supply chains and climate change.
The lesson in the presumed death of the mercenary leader two months after his mutiny against Putin: Don’t make yourself an enemy of Russia’s leader.
USC Dornsife researchers aim to bolster urban greenery, lower city temperatures and address longstanding environmental inequities, powered by a $2.9 million grant from the Bezos Earth Fund.
Most households pay a flat rate 24/7 for electricity even though the cost of generating it fluctuates through the day. Wireless technologies are changing that system.
L.A.’s early 20th-century “Water Wars” over access to the precious H2O needed to fuel the city’s growth included a web of corruption and lies that inspired one of the most celebrated noir movies of all time: ‘Chinatown.’
USC Dornsife scholars work around the globe to understand and solve a range of issues involving our oceans and freshwater resources.
USC Dornsife’s M.A. in Global Security Studies program combines coursework in international relations, spatial sciences and environmental studies, and draws on resources of USC Shoah Foundation.
USC spatial scientist John Wilson discusses the benefits of more trees in the urban core, the differences between Beverly Hills and Boyle Heights, and how trees will shape L.A.’s future.
No one can solve environmental problems alone, but these actionable ideas can reduce your environmental footprint.