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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.
On Women in Science day 2021, professor Jill Banfield shared key wisdom for those pursuing scientific careers.
In a commentary in the journal Nature, associate professor of energy and resources David Anthoff offers guidance to the Biden administration on climate change damages.
The images submitted to the 2020 Rausser College photo contest represent the diverse research and activities of the college community.
Jennifer Sowerwine, a Cooperative Extension specialist in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, is the publication's lead author.
Gordon Rausser’s landmark gift is listed at #33 in the Chronicle of Philanthropy’s “Philanthropy 50” report.
Assistant professor Peter Nelson discusses how Indigenous knowledge and technological advancements have changed the field.
Maggie Raboin is a graduate student in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management.
Professor Steven Beissinger was the senior author of the study on the Mohave Desert's fauna.
Ananya is a third-year student majoring in Society & Environment and Data Science. As a Fung Fellow, she studies the intersection of conservation and tech.
Nichols is a longtime global climate leader and former chair of the California Air Resources Board.
Second-year undergraduate Shelby O’Neil discusses her efforts in ocean conservation and environmental advocacy.
A new analysis co-authored by adjunct professor Margaret Torn provides a detailed blueprint for the U.S. to become carbon neutral by 2050.
Assistant Cooperative Extension specialist Daniel Sanchez and graduate student Bodie Cabiyo were members of the Getting to Neutral Carbon Emissions Team.
Researchers in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy & Management collaborated with the University of Wyoming on the study.
ESPM PhD candidate Rebecca Brunner discovered a novel communication technique of an elusive amphibian.
Graduate student Wenjing Xu and assistant professor Arthur D. Middleton, both in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, are coauthors of the study.
Blackburn is the Nutrition Family and Consumer Sciences Advisor for the UC Cooperative Extension in Alameda County and an alumna of Berkeley.
Graduate student and staff member Rosalie Z. Fanshel co-organized a conference this fall focused on the Morrill Act and Indigenous land dispossession.
In a New York Times piece out today, Arthur Middleton and Justin Brashares comment on how the Biden administration may reach the ambitious goal.
The ESPM students led the creation of a class on anti-racist environmental scholarship.
RT @esa_ejsection: Cesar (@EstienCesar; he/him) is one of two co-chairs for the EJ section @ESA! He is currently a PhD student @ESPM_Berkel…
“It’s exciting that there are still so many discoveries to be made—the field is ripe for young scientists,” says… https://t.co/uP7eJ7aKEh
Congrats to @ERGBerkeley professor @dan_kammen, who will serve as senior adviser for energy, climate and innovation… https://t.co/npm0Mp4rCi
Happening now! https://t.co/Hb91ldxzYu
In the new issue of Breakthroughs magazine, learn how the #CaliforniaHeartbeatInitiative and @ESPM_Berkeley and… https://t.co/VnisTpvwwm