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California’s high energy prices offer lessons for the nation’s renewables-focused energy policy.
Former California governor Jerry Brown on competition and optimism for climate action.
Landmark U.S. environmental policies are 50 years old. Where do we go from here?
The social cost of carbon, an estimate of the economic harm caused by each additional ton of carbon dioxide, may well be the most important number you've never heard of.
Louise Bedsworth (PhD '02 Energy & Resources) is advancing equitable, sustainable development as the executive director of the California Strategic Growth Council.
Body Language | Cooking Close-Ups | The Global Green Race | Conservation Beyond Bounds | Fighting Plant Pandemics … and more.
Professor Wayne Getz and his family established a scholarship supporting transfer students.
Graduate student Emma Steigerwald studies how amphibians in the Cordillera Vilcanota are responding to climate change.
Taught by Professor David Zilberman, this course offers a background in supply chains using examples from environmental and agrifood sectors.
Dean Ackerly on the theme of this issue—highlighting researchers working at the nexus of environmental policy and regulation, climate change, innovation, renewable energy, and environmental justice.
President Biden has made climate change, green jobs, renewable energy, and environmental equity a priority—and he's calling on Rausser College faculty and alumni to help these efforts.