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Dan Kammen and Scott Wiener discuss the future of housing and transportation in the New York Times.
The nutritional sciences and toxicology professor is among nine Berkeley faculty members honored for their work as scientists and engineers.
Spotted owls benefit from active fire management, not suppression, finds a new study co-authored by Scott Stephens.
The program helps participants build a network of environmentalists of color through professional development activities and events.
UC Berkeley and four California and Oregon tribes collaborated on a comprehensive food security assessment.
Nimbolide, a natural product found from the neem tree, acts as a recruiting molecule to limit cancer spread.
Elk are adapting to changing climate cues, but migratory shifts may create ripple effects throughout the region.
Dean David Ackerly represented UC Berkeley as the university joined the alliance along with 11 other institutions.
The contest highlights and awards innovative student-led projects and aims to help students spark social change.
The program provides graduates with skills that can be applied across diverse and emerging food systems.
Watch the 2019 ceremony video, featuring commencement speaker Saru Jayaraman.
Two CNR students share the inspiration behind their recent award-winning research, which aims to use microbes to breakdown plastic waste.
Berkeley’s new field station facilitates access to thousands in West Marin for those conducting ecological or other research.
For conservation and resource studies graduates, paper diplomas just won’t do.
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.
Berkeley energy and river experts argue that investing in renewable technologies could be safer and cheaper than building large dams.
A Q&A with Heidi Ballard, PhD ’04, who is founder and faculty director of UC Davis’s Center for Community and Citizen Science.
This year’s honorees were recognized for their public service and sustainability leadership
Neil Tsutsui's lab invites the public to join the scientific process through citizen science and outreach projects.
Coopertive Extension Specialist Matteo Garbelotto is on a mission to enlist citizen scientists to stomp out sudden oak death in California.
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