Jon Jarvis, executive director of the Institute for Parks, People, and Biodiversity, works with Chinese officials to aid in the development of the country's own national park system.
The latest episode of KQED’s video series features the research of professor Neil Tsutsui and his lab.
Professor Kate O'neill discussed recycling and global waste with Terry Gross.
The contest highlights and awards innovative student-led projects and aims to help students spark social change.
Watch the 2019 ceremony video, featuring commencement speaker Saru Jayaraman.
Professor Dan Kammen notes how human activities and climate change put many species at risk.
The nearly 200 images submitted to the 2019 CNR photo contest represent the wide-ranging activities of the CNR community and the beauty of our world.
Research from alumnus Brandt Weary and professor Kipling Will has been featured in KQED’s Deep Look video series.
Watch a video holiday message to the CNR community.
During his visit to Berkeley, the CNN political commentator and Dream Corps president discussed environmental justice and action.
Dan Kammen Featured in Climate Lab Video from UC & VOX
The fifth episode of the Climate Lab video series from University of California and Vox features comments from professor Dan Kammen of the Energy & Resources Group on developing technologies in nuclear energy.
CNR researchers test drone-based research tools as a way to monitor the Sierra Nevada’s giant sequoias and predict how they will deal with climate change and drought.
With the help of UC Berkeley stream ecologist Patina Mendez, KQED Science’s Deep Look series zooms in on the caddisfly.
PhD candidate and National Geographic grantee Matthew Luskin spent a year in the rain forest of Indonesia tracking critically endangered Sumatran tigers.
Videos created by graduate students Rebecca Brunner (ESPM) and Benjamin Krause (ARE) were chosen as winners in the Berkeley Graduate Division's 2016 Distinguished Fellows Video Contest.
Explore the Earth’s “critical zone” – where rock meets life. And discover how top climate researchers are exploring the secrets within a raindrop in order to better understand how the availability of water resources changes as a result of human activities.
A conference initiating the science emphasis of the National Park Service (NPS) centennial takes place March 25-27 on the Berkeley campus, exactly a century after an historic conference at Cal paved the way for the 1916 birth of NPS.