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Dan Kammen and Scott Wiener discuss the future of housing and transportation in the New York Times.
New research examines drought tolerance in sorghum—a finding that could help scientists develop crops that are more resistant to climate change.
Associate Adjunct Professor Patrick Gonzalez will serve as a lead author on the IPCC's next major climate change assessment.
Research from the Rosenblum lab has found that populations of several Panamian frog species are slowly making a comeback against a deadly pathogen.
New research suggests that restaurant meals lead to higher levels of plastic-based chemicals in the body.
The Master of Development Practice student tells us about her path from Madagascar to Berkeley, her passion for educational reform, and a recent internship in Ghana.
A new study simulates a fleet of self-driving taxis in Manhattan.
Learn more about UC Berkeley’s Global Edge program from three CNR undergraduates who studied abroad in London.
Researchers have found a way to avoid expensive, water-intensive hops by endowing brewer's yeast with the ability to create a hoppy flavor.
Rosemary Gillespie's new research sheds light on the evolution of Hawaiian Ariamnes stick spiders.
The US Army veteran shares his passion for the environment and photojournalism and why he’s chosen to combine the two fields.
Researchers have improved how crops use water by altering the expression of a gene found in all plants.
New research published in Cell Metabolism shows a pathway that triggers brown fat tissue to consume calories from fat and sugars and radiate them away as heat
UC Berkeley was recently ranked the #1 school for Environmental Sciences by the QS World University Rankings. Congrats!
A study by Professor David Sunding commissioned by the California Department of Water Resources says that Governor Brown’s delta tunnels plan would pay off for both farmers and cities.
The 1-credit mentorship and professional development course offers students a small college feel on Cal's campus
Fire-risk reduction practices of California's iconic shrubland ecosystem disrupt wild bird populations, new research shows.
A group of forestry students are helping restore the steep incline that overlooks Berkeley's Memorial Stadium.
J. Keith Gilless has been honored with a 2018 Berkeley Faculty Service Award.
The Environmental Economics and Policy major tells us how he tackled learning all six official UN languages, how studying history helped him develop his passion for environmental science, and more.
A new study argues for more prescribed fires, mechanically thinning forests, and physically removing dead trees to combat the threat of fire.
In her latest @energyathaas blog post, ARE professor Meredith Fowlie describes how #carbontax policies have unfolde… https://t.co/jAtt6RhYO0
The frequency of #tulefog events in the Central Valley appears to be decreasing, reports the @latimes. Read what… https://t.co/FZwzHYwZmk
RT @ESPM_Berkeley: "We’ve seen fire quite a bit in California, but the extent going on across Australia is another magnitude higher," says…
Do carbon offsets really work? @Barbara_Haya, an @ERGBerkeley alumna and current research fellow at @GoldmanSchool,… https://t.co/9XkNmhrxRJ
RT @UCBerkeleyFood: TOMORROW: Join BFI affiliate Will Rosenzweig (@ideagardener) for this semester's first Edible Education lecture from 6-…