Read about the work of Switzer Fellows making change and making headlines!
Dustin Mulvaney (2004) edited the new Green Atlas: A Multimedia Reference, with maps, datasets and multimedia illustrating green concepts.
The health of Los Angeles's blue-collar Latino neighborhoods depends on a clean environment, Isella Ramirez (2013) wrote.
There are big disparities in air pollution detected in Los Angeles neighborhoods, says Suzanne Paulson (1988) of UCLA.
Melissa Garren (2010) is first author on a paper that explains how a sulfurous chemical known as the 'smell of the sea' is a clarion call for coral pathogens.
Annmarie Eldering (1989) recently explained why NASA's new satellite to measure carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is so important.
Jason Grumet (1993) was quoted in a National Journal article on why President Barack Obama should thank the oil and gas industry.
One of the world's biggest palm oil producers has agreed to greater rainforest protection thanks to a campaign Sharon Smith (2011) managed for the Union of Concerned Scientists.
How could climate change affect the world's already strained water supply? Take Arjun Heimsath's (1994) class at Arizona State University to find out!
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