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The 30x30 initiative employs an inclusive, collaborative approach to preserving biodiversity and mitigating climate change.
A new study from ESPM researchers found that decades of logging and fire suppression have left California’s forests prone to drought, infestation, and catastrophic wildfire.
The ESPM professor received the distinguished career award from the AAG’s Cultural and Political Ecology Specialty Group.
New research from Assistant Professor of Cooperative Extension Ellen Bruno found that reducing leaks is a cost-effective way to save urban water.
Continuing lecturer and Essig Museum specialist Patina Mendez helps Emerge scholars develop skills to become freshwater scientists.
Fourth-year EMF student discusses her journey to California, transferring to Rausser College, and her love of pikas.
Research by NST Professor Daniel Nomura may have applications in treatments for cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, and genetic disorders.
An ESPM professor and evolutionary ecologist, Gillespie is co-author of a resource on biodiversity published by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
The five-year award provides support for Arruda's research into metabolic diseases.
Patrick Gonzalez, ESPM associate adjunct professor, served as a lead author of the chapter on terrestrial ecosystems.
Ronald, PhD ’90, is recognized for pioneering work on disease resistance and environmental stress tolerance in rice.
UC Berkeley’s Blodgett Forest Research Station is a model for how California can reduce the risk of severe wildfires.
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A study co-authored by Paolo D’Odorico suggests that the transition from smallholder farming to large-scale commercial agriculture is enhancing the strain on water availability.
Professors Rodrigo Almeida and Paolo D’Odorico have been elected American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) fellows.
A new tool created by ESPM faculty and students aims to support instructors in developing anti-racist approaches to course design and teaching practices.
Study finds that resilient, frequent-fire forests have far fewer trees.
The ESPM professor will advise efforts to protect wildlife corridors and habitat.
ESPM professor Robert Rhew was the senior author of the recent study on our atmosphere.
In a recent post in The Conversation, ESPM's Jessica Heiges and Kate O'Neill discuss the global waste crisis and why our recycling system isn't working.
Professor Rachel Morello-Frosch co-authored the recent analysis along with other researchers at UC Berkeley and UCLA.