On the weekend of July 14, CNR's Forestry Summer Camp welcomed alumni and friends for the annual Summer Camp Picnic.
Dieting, particularly in adolescence, can be counterproductive.
On July 15, the Beahrs Environmental Leadership Program
wrapped up its sixth annual summer course.
Baboons, duiker antelopes and cane rats are available by the pound in markets in major cities in North America and Europe, reports ESPM professor Justin Brashares.
Two University of California, Berkeley, climate researchers have signed a friend-of-the-court brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to hear an appeal in a case that could force the U.S.
Nancy Lee Peluso, CNR professor of Society and Environment, and program director of the Berkeley Workshop in Environmental Politics at the Institute for International Studies, has been awarded a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship for 2006-07.
Eleven eminent scientists
will speak on Friday, April 28 on topical energy issues at this day-long symposium honoring their colleague, California Energy Commissioner, UC Berkeley Professor Emeritus, and energy efficiency pioneer
There’s progress on the climate front. Suddenly the U.S. is waking to the reality of climate change as glaciers melt and seasons become more extreme.
Dean Paul Ludden and the College of Natural Resources are very happy to announce the awardees for this year's CNR Citation, Young Faculty/CE Specialist, and Staff Recognition Awards.
Helen Denning Ullrich, former nutrition specialist for the University of California, longtime friend of the College of Natural Resources, and 2005 recipient of the College's highest honor, the CNR Citation, died in her Berkeley home on March 19 with
Cal Day 2006 is Saturday, April 22, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For more information on Cal Day, visit www.berkeley.edu/calday
The College of Natural Resources at UC Berkeley presents a free lecture and reception with CNR alumna Terri Thomas, Director of Cultural and Natural Resources at the Presidio Trust
Inez Fung, co-director of the Berkeley Institute of the Environment
, and her research team have received $1.6 million from the W.M.
By Andrea Tuttle
California's forests have something to celebrate.
The effects of overfishing may have driven marbled murrelets, an endangered seabird found along the Pacific coast, to increasin
The first joint undergraduate poster session with CNR and the College of Engineering was a hit with students, faculty, and staff.
by National Science Foundation