Rachel Morello-Frosch is senior author on a commentary out today in Environmental Research Letters on developing policies to mitigate the impact of gas and oil production.
Alena Morales (BS ’21, Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology-Dietetics) believes that disability justice and dietetics should be more closely intertwined.
A discussion with Varsha Madapoosi and Lucy Andrews, two students with leadership and activist roles who are making a difference in our College, on campus, and beyond.
Listen to speeches from university medalist Anjika Pal, student commencement speaker Jacob Dadmun, and founder of Latino Outdoors José G. González.
A new project visualizes how sea-level rise may threaten hazardous facilities and the surrounding vulnerable communities along California’s coastline.
Panel featuring: Olúfẹmi O. Táíwò, Naomi Klein, Sabrina Fernandes, and Jackie Fielder, moderated by Daniel Aldana Cohen. Organized by UC Berkeley’s Climate Equity and Environmental Justice Roundtable, co-sponsored by the Socio-Spatial Climate Collaborative, or (SC)2.
Daniel Aldana Cohen, a member of the Climate Equity and Environmental Justice Roundtable faculty, spoke to Berkeley News about the importance of linking the climate crisis to colonialism and racial capitalism.
Members of UC Berkeley’s new Climate Equity and Environmental Justice Roundtable discuss climate displacement from the perspectives of sociology, city planning, geography, engineering, and urban policy.
A podcast featuring the Energy and Resources Group's 2022 annual lecture, given by Damilola Ogunbiyi, CEO and Special Representative of the U.N. Secretary General for Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL).
Ogunbiyi's presentation will highlight the level of finance that needs to be leveraged for developing nations to deliver clean energy.
A new national analysis of air quality data found a strong correlation between historic housing discrimination and air pollution.
Continuing lecturer and Essig Museum specialist Patina Mendez helps Emerge scholars develop skills to become freshwater scientists.
A new tool created by ESPM faculty and students aims to support instructors in developing anti-racist approaches to course design and teaching practices.
The Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues recently awarded their 2021-22 mini-grants to Ataya Cesspooch, Annalise Taylor, and Anjika Pai.
Research by a team that includes Professor Rachel Morello-Frosch suggests flooding could hit power plants, refineries, and hazardous waste sites in many locations across the San Francisco Bay Area and southern California.
In a recent blog, Cooperative Extension specialist Jennifer Sowerwine and Professors Peter Nelson and Elizabeth Hoover offer insights for adjusting our thinking—and actions—around Thanksgiving.
Nelson, a California Native American, is training to be a wildland firefighter with the goal of using “good fire” as a tool to reduce risk and build ecosystem resilience against wildfires.
Sigona, a member of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band and a third-year ESPM Ph.D. student, focuses his research on Indigenous natural resource management, specifically with the Amah Mutsun—a landless and non-federally recognized tribe.
During Native American Heritage Month this November, Rausser College highlights researchers whose work is related to the heritage of Native communities.
This fall, students are earning field study credits through the Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management to establish the garden, discover traditional Indigenous uses of native species, and more.