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As he prepares to step down after 11 years leading the College of Natural Resources, Dean J. Keith Gilless comments on accomplishments and memories during his tenure, as well as opportunities for the future of the College.
At the Cal Future Forum, CNR faculty shared their research on the condition of the planet and the solutions we may pursue to ensure a vibrant future.
CNR faculty discuss approaches for creating inclusive environments in their labs and across STEM fields.
Four CNR social scientists talk about economic and political repercussions of our warming planet.
While California's drought ended over a year ago, wildfires continue to burn. Professor J. Keith Gilless comments o… https://t.co/2996cqCfyo
RT @ucanr: $1.2m @USDA_NIFA grant to Karuk Tribe & Jennifer Sowerwine @NatureAtCal to increase resilience of tribal cultural food and other…
Grad student Lorenzo Rosa examines the role of fracking within India's shale regions, and addresses how it could de… https://t.co/RNKcwkqzj9
Climate change, El Niño, and human destruction all pose threats to the future stability of the world's tropical for… https://t.co/ONpgjVCOq7
Widespread dependence on bottled water poses both environmental and social threats globally, moving us away from un… https://t.co/fcfd2rYp7X