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The 30x30 initiative employs an inclusive, collaborative approach to preserving biodiversity and mitigating climate change.
PMB Professor Krishna Niyogi is part of the multi-institution effort to improve the photosynthetic potential of agricultural crops.
Scott Stephens, professor of fire ecology in ESPM and co-director of Berkeley Forests, broke down 2022's "remarkably different" fire season for the Public Policy Institute of California.
Olah, a fourth-year Society and Environment major and Master of Forestry student, shares how the Dixie Fire inspired her to pursue a career in forestry.
A new study found that the 1972 Act has driven spectacular decreases in pollution from U.S. passenger vehicles, but poses a challenge for pollution policy in low-income communities.
Researchers in ESPM and PMB have identified a variety of potential CRISPR-based genome-editing tools in viruses, according to new findings published in Cell.
Gonzalez, an associate adjunct professor in ESPM, brings advanced climate change science capabilities and an international perspective to the Institute.
The ESPM professor and Co-Director of the Berkeley Food Institute received the Climate Leadership Award at the 7th California Climate and Agriculture Summit.
A team of University of California scientists found that high-mountain streams may be more vulnerable to droughts and heatwaves than previously thought.
A new study co-authored by Paolo D’Odorico assesses how shared goals and information on resource levels can encourage cooperation and reduce resource depletion.
ARE professor Maximilian Auffhammer breaks down how a new major study on global climate damages shows significant impacts to agriculture.
The NST professor will be named a 2022 Outstanding Investigator for advancing cancer druggability.
ESPM Professor Paolo D’Odorico is co-author of a review published in today the journal Nature Climate Change.
Coates, a professor in PMB and head of the Energy and Biosciences Institute, was recognized for improving scientific understanding of microbes in the environment.
Energy and Resources Group professor Dan Kammen breaks down how social, racial, and gender justice are reshaping the climate and political landscape.
A new study by Rausser College faculty and the U.S. Forest Service suggests mature forest habitats in California may be susceptible to complete loss without intervention.
Sigona, an ESPM graduate student and member of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, was recognized for his community involvement and research on Indigenous land access and collaborative stewardship
Berkeley was ranked first out of 700 global institutions for overall impact and received perfect scores on its environmental and social impact rankings.
Martinez-Gomez, an assistant professor in the Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, breaks down her research on bacterial metabolism and offers career advice for aspiring scientists.
ERG professor Dan Kammen and Sylvia Earle, former chief scientist of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, call for a moratorium on deep seabed mining.
Recent research co-authored by ERG professor Dan Kammen calls for a shift in how politicians, funders, and researchers address the energy transition in the African continent.