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In a commentary in Nature, associate professor of energy and resources David Anthoff offers guidance to the Biden administration on calculating climate change damages.
The ESPM students led the creation of a class on anti-racist environmental scholarship.
Researchers evaluate wildlife populations nearly three decades after the Mozambican Civil War.
Analysis finds that the EPA’s move to weaken federal protections is based upon dubious methodology and unsound logic.
In Breakthroughs magazine, read about the Common Humanity Collective, a volunteer initiative to distribute hand sanitizer and masks.
Agricultural and Resource Economics associate professor Joseph Shapiro studies how regulations under the law could be strenghtened.
Ray, a social equity scholar and the new Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion, speaks with Breakthroughs magazine.
View the Rausser College 2020 holiday video greeting.
The Beahrs Environmental Leadership Program series begins with a discussion on the incoming Biden Administration and the global environment.
Plant & Microbial Biology professor Brian Staskawicz made a critical step toward helping plants fight pathogens without pesticides.
In an essay, Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology associate professor James Olzmann discusses advancing DEI in the biological sciences.
Berkeley and CAL FIRE formalize an agreement to collaborate on critical environmental research.
Rausser College instructors have adapted creatively to engage students during remote learning.
The agency awarded $4.6 million to Berkeley, with most funding going to the Cannabis Research Center.
Nutritional Sciences & Toxicology professor William Evans studies methods to detect changes in total muscle mass.
The program trains annual cohorts of mid-career environmental professionals.
Professor emeritus Peng Gong is a key collaborator with the Berkeley California-China Climate Institute.
Submit your best images by January 6 for a chance to win prizes and to have your work featured online and in print.
Plant & Microbial Biology graduate students and an Energy & Resources Group alumna are involved in the project.
Graduate Phoebe Parker-Shames was the lead author of a new study on the environmental impacts of cannabis farming.
Energy & Resources Group graduate student Váleri Vasquez collaborated on this article published in Nature.
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