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Large-scale wildfires have become increasingly common in California, displacing thousands, destroying homes, blanketing much of the state in unhealthy smoke, and disrupting the lives of millions.
Scott Stephens, a leading expert on fire science and director of the UCB Center for Fire Research and Outreach, will outline the science behind the increasing frequency of wildfired and discuss strategies that can enhance the resilience of...
This 2020 S.J. Hall Lecture in Industrial Forestry will examine the intersection of industrial and indigenous forest management in California and across the United States.
From pandemics and racism to fires and gas prices, climate and energy have become mainstream topics. Kammen will look at the science and politics behind today’s global crises.
Join us for a virtual networking event through rotating breakout rooms with alums who have used their degrees in a variety of ways and have opened their own doors to their careers.
How can #climate change adaptation affect California's #energy and #water ? A recent study by Julia Szinai, publish… https://t.co/tnaOymPSMX
Last call for conference proposals! All students, community members, independent scholars, and artists are eligible… https://t.co/g0qfnjPMVA
A new edition of California Agriculture published by @GianniniFnd features #agricultural #economists from… https://t.co/3WKd0Pnb3M
Congratulations to @ESPM_Berkeley associate professor Erica Bree Rosenblum (@RoLab_UC) on the recent publication of… https://t.co/DcL063IUPy
RT @JamesDevittNYU: What is the social cost of carbon? @NYUEnvrStudies' @GernotWagner & @NatureAtCal's @davidanthoff on how to best recalcu…