UCLA researchers used knowledge of biological resistance to build a framework for modifying behavior that contributes to climate change credit Khamkéo Vilaysing - Unsplash


Daniel Blumstein for Techexplorist —Antibiotic-resistant bacteria offer lessons in behavior modifications

UCLA biologists use insights from antibiotic-resistant bacteria to guide human behavior changes for climate action. Study author and evolutionary biologist Daniel Blumstein discusses the research for TechExplorist. “To tackle the climate emergency, we will likely need to use everything in our toolbox to bring about the rapid reduction in atmospheric carbon needed to stabilize or even reverse global warming,” Blumstein said.