Illustration by Mike McQuade
Fall 2017 Issue
Professor Daniel Kammen combines science with environmental policy in the quest for sustainable power.
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.
Jim Lugg's (BS 1956, Soil Science) career in agriculture has earned him a reputation as one of the inventors of the modern salad.
From organic agriculture to new product development, CNR students are following their passions to make a difference on campus and to discover potential careers in nutrition, food design, and environmental science.
At the College of Natural Resources, researchers are investigating ways to meet the world’s energy needs through renewable-electricity access, clean-power storage solutions, and more.
News & Campus Briefs
Commercial cannabis threatens wildlife l Engineering a healthy sugar l Mapping climate change … and more.
Measuring your carbon footprint l Metabolic research collaboration l Solar power on campus … and more.
Emeritus Cooperative Extension specialist Vernard Lewis on his path toward becoming the first African American entomologist at UC Berkeley.
A western diamondback rattlesnake on the edge of the dune field in White Sands National Monument, New Mexico.
In this issue we cover student start-ups, faculty research, alumni impact, and more, bringing you stories of “energy” in many forms: Sustainable approaches to generating, storing, and distributing power around the world.
Our new series of interviews features stellar students from across the College's many fields of study.