We are a student-led publication dedicated to climate change.
Since the fall of 2020, we've reached across disciplines to provide our unique takes on the climate crisis - how to talk about, think about it, mitigate it, adapt to it, and communicate it.
We provide a voice for undergraduate students across the University of California system. We talk impacts, and we talk solutions. We critically assess and creatively speculate.
This is The Climate Change Review.
This publication is made possible in part by support from the University of California institute on global conflict and cooperation (igcc) and by funds allocated by the Associated students of the University of California at San Diego (aSUCSD). the views expressed in this publication are solely those of The Climate Change Review, its Principal Members and the authors of the content of this publication. While the publisher of this publication is a registered student organization at UC San Diego, the content, opinions, statements, and views expressed in this or any other publication published and/or distributed by The Climate Change Review are not endorsed by and do not represent the views, opinions, policies, or positions of the Igcc, ASUCSD, GSAUCSD, UC San Diego, The University of California and the Regents or their officers, employees, or agents. The Principal Members of each Student media bear and assume the full responsibility for the content of their publication.