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CNR ecologists use modern tools and old-fashioned relationship-building for research in spaces shared by humans and wildlife.
A Berkeley-Illinois collaboration experiments with photosynthesis to increase crop yield.
CNR faculty discuss approaches for creating inclusive environments in their labs and across STEM fields.
Tiffany Tran (BS 2014 Environmental Sciences, Environmental Economic and Policy) is passionate about finding where business and sustainability converge.
Through the Program for Graduate Students in Extension, students gain valuable experience conducting applied research and outreach to California communities.
Oakland city council member Dan Kalb (BS 1982, Conservation of Natural Resources) tackles global issues with local impact.
UC parents Bill and Lisa Liu make a gift for education and the environment.
Global warming hiatus disproved l CRISPR systems found in microbes | Climate change and parasites … and more
Using drones to study redwoods | A power-grid video game | Turning feces into fuel
Highlighting recent CNR graduate student research covered in the press.
Environmental Philosophy & Ethics (ESPM 161) applies both old and new ethical and philosophical approaches to investigate our global ecological crisis.
CNR researchers used whole-genome sequence data to reconstruct the evolutionary history of the honey bee in its native range.
Rose Marcario, President and CEO of Patagonia, on the role of progressive business leaders in the current era.
Chief prosecuting attorney for the Hudson Riverkeepers Robert F. Kennedy Jr. spoke on "Our Environmental Destiny."
#Wildfire expert Prof. Scott Stephens discusses the factors that led to this year's massive norcal fires in @latimes https://t.co/YnrEOCw6tg
“When you’re told to evacuate—go.” - Dean Keith Gilless on evacuation and #wildfire safety. https://t.co/Nkv0UHe6Tl
How to reduce #wildfire losses in CA? Prof. Scott Stephens outlines what may and may not work in @sfchronicle op-ed https://t.co/1LbfOzhmyl
Van Butsic speaks with @WaterDeeply about the headwater forestry management report he co-authored in @PPICnotes - https://t.co/1riYebF7U7
Prof. Scott Stephens in @nytimes: dry landscapes can lead to increased #wildfire size and duration - https://t.co/EXw9zdFCme