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The 30x30 initiative employs an inclusive, collaborative approach to preserving biodiversity and mitigating climate change.
The professor emeritus of Cooperative Extension spoke to KTVU about his career and longtime efforts to inspire youth to pursue a science education.
Mice spontaneously developed liver cancer under conditions that mimicked the chronic jet lag associated with many weeks of round-trip overseas flights.
The fourth-year forestry and business administration double major talks about woodworking, forestry camp, and his time at UC Berkeley.
UC Berkeley professors Daniel Aldana Cohen and Katherine Snyder spoke to award-winning author Kim Stanley Robinson about climate, politics, and the future.
Berkeley News recently interviewed fourth-year forestry and ecosystems management major Vishal Subramanyan about his work as a naturalist and wildlife photographer.
A guest of the Berkeley Wildlife Program and Stone Center for Large Landscape Conservation, Prosek will deliver a public lecture on Friday, February 9th.
Dean David Ackerly offers an overview of how California’s native flora has responded to climate change through time in a new Jepson Herbaria mini-workshop.
Research by Professor Ellen Bruno found that groundwater demand in California’s Pajaro Valley shrank in response to long-term price increases.
Jim Bundschu (BS '66 Agricultural Economics) revitalized his family’s 100-year-old vineyards. Today, his winery's sustainable, organic wines are receiving highest honors.
The third-year environmental science and human geography student recently completed the Millennium Fellowship program through the United Nations Academic Impact initiative.
New research co-authored by ARE's Joe Shapiro and Simon Greenhill uses machine learning to reveal which streams and wetlands are protected—or not—by changing Clean Water Act regulations.
A UC Berkeley study reveals that cookstoves, the fastest-growing project type on the voluntary carbon market, generated 9.2 times more credits than appropriate.
ESPM professor Christopher Schell will help coordinate a three-year effort to enhance biodiversity and environmental equity research.
Several ESPM researchers call attention to how biodiversity data could further entrench systemic inequities.
A new book co-edited by ERG professor Daniel Kammen explores how energy policy can address structural violence.
A UC-led study shows that purchases of sugar-sweetened beverages declined dramatically and steadily across five North American cities after excise taxes were placed on the products.
Agricultural and Resource Economics professor Meredith Fowlie spoke to KQED about what Pacific Gas and Electric's latest rate increase could hold for customers and the utility.
The ESPM faculty member and Parks Institute director received the organization's 2023 George Hartzog Award, which recognizes an individual for their outstanding support of the mission of the National Park Service
Offered as a one-year program or a concurrent degree with the Haas MBA, Rausser College’s Master of Climate Solutions will empower leaders to enact solutions to the climate crisis.
A new book edited by Rausser College researchers centers equity and justice while delving into the complex elements that support or constrain biodiversity in cities.