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CNR research concludes that for every 1-degree-Fahrenheit increase in global temperatures, the U.S. economy stands to lose about 0.7 percent of its gross domestic product.
Scholars and policymakers from both California and China, including ARE professor David Roland-Holst, met this week to strategize climate policy and action.
Scientists and researchers find that certain bacteria in our gut produce electricity using a new technique not previously known.
The newest addition to the Haas School of Business, Chou Hall is on its way to being certified as the first 'zero waste' business school building in the United States.
Two grad students and an alumna share how they use remote sensing technology to study environmental issues, from water quality analysis to behavioral ecology.
The College of Natural resources welcomes seven new faculty members and two new cooperative extension specialists in 2018.
The Peder Sather Grant Program supports promising and impactful projects carried out by researchers at UC Berkeley in collaboration with researchers from nine Norwegian universities.
Low-tech ways of improving soil quality on farms and rangelands worldwide could pull significant amounts of carbon out of the atmosphere and slow the pace of climate change, according to a new study.
A new assessment of California's challenges in combating climate change has been released, with more than half of the report's authors hailing from UC Berkeley.
Grad student Valeri Vasquez and CED assistant professor Iryna Dronova have been selected to take part in the Homeward Bound leadership program.
With the start of the fall semester, Dean Ackerly welcomes the CNR community back to campus.
A longterm study tracked how hundreds of species in this valley fared during the historic drought that struck California from 2012 to 2015.
Researchers have developed a technique to better predict how plants in cold regions respond to warming.
ERG graduate student Jesse Strecker receives a 2018 Switzer Fellowship for his commitment to advancing environmental issues.
A faculty member since 1976, Berck was the S.J. Hall Professor of Forest Economics and a professor of agricultural and resource economics.
New research indicates that stricter regulations have played a major role in America's declining levels of industrial pollution.
Lowering the Earth's temperature reduces heat stress on crops, but decreased solar intensity reduces crop yields.
Researchers link population decline within many bird species in the Mojave Desert to decreased rainfall as a consequence of climate change.
College of Natural Resources congratulates faculty members who retired during the 2017-2018 academic year.
New research indicates that rising global temperatures may play a siginificant role in increased rates of suicide.
The $1.2 million grant will help increase tribal ecosystem resilience in the face of climate change.
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