Installing low-flow shower heads and LED lightbulbs and adjusting the thermostat are just a few things you can do to live more sustainably. Find out how USC experts are making a difference where they live.
Climate change isn’t an inevitable death sentence, and the discipline of psychology must strengthen its ability to act on the issue, new report says. [4 min read]
USC Dornsife faculty give their top personal top tips for creating a more sustainable future. [5 min read]
From understanding and improving climate change communications to assessing the latest approaches to protecting our environment, USC Dornsife faculty and students have a front-row seat at this pivotal meeting. [3¼ min read]
“It sounds like you’re talking over people,” said one study participant in a USC/United Nations Foundation study. Participants offered helpful suggestions for improving climate language. [4½ min read]
An independent task force recently evaluated nearly 2,900 presidential polls from 2020 and concluded they were the least accurate in 40 years — but they didn’t consider innovative polling methods like the one used in USC Dornsife Daybreak Polls. [5 min read]
Two new questions added to the USC Dornsife Daybreak Poll this year, reported separately from the main results, predict that the national popular vote for president could be much closer than most polls are predicting. They also suggest Trump will once again win the election in the Electoral College. [7¼ min read]