Cooperative Extension Specialist Susana Matias contributed to a study which highlights the inequities California farmworkers face.
Graduate student Jacob Bukoski is lead author of a study examining carbon stock estimation in mangroves.
Professor of plant and microbial biology Louise Glass' Berkeley Lab team helps explain nutrient recycling, suggesting better methods for bio-based product production.
In two studies, Yangnan Gu, an assistant professor of plant and microbial biology, reveals crucial insight into plant proteins from a key organelle.
In a study published in Science Advances, researchers underscore the need for climate smart management to preserve biodiversity over the long term.
The groundbreaking study by the Global Policy Lab includes research from the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and the Energy and Resources Group.
In a study in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, professor Scott Stephens explains the interactions between fire management and ecosystem health.
A special issue of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment on climate refugia features research from professor and dean of the College David Ackerly.
Researchers in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management tracked nearly 20,000 fish over the seven-year study.
Nutritional Sciences & Toxicology professors Anders Näär and Dan Nomura receive funding to research a drug for COVID-19.
In this latest issue of the magazine, read about Gordon Rausser's landmark gift to the College, our alumni in academia, and much more.
Research from professor Gordon Frankie, the principal investigator of the Urban Bee Lab, is featured in a recent UCANR blog.
In an article in BMJ Opinion, associate professor Seth Holmes stresses the importance of connectivity and awareness as societies re-open this summer.
Cooperative Extension specialist Van Butsic co-authors a study on fire management in the wildland-urban interface.
Agricultural & Resources Economics professor Joe Shapiro authors a study on environmental biases in trade policy.
A recent study, authored by professor Paolo D’Odorico and PhD candidate Lorenzo Rosa, shows potentially significant gains from sustainable irrigation expansion.
Researcher Miriam Magaña Lopez and associate professor Seth Holmes examine how raids, detention, and deportation impact public health during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Research co-authored by professor Paolo D’Odorico finds that only one-third of the world population can rely on locally-produced food alone.
The study, co-authored by associate professor Jonas Meckling, analyzes how shifts in economic thinking have guided climate mitigation policies.
In an op-ed in the Guardian, graduate student Vera Chang and professor Seth Holmes write about food workers and safety during the Covid-19 outbreak.