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The 30x30 initiative employs an inclusive, collaborative approach to preserving biodiversity and mitigating climate change.
Dan Kammen, professor and chair of the Energy and Resources Group, calls for state leaders to adopt more ambitious goals.
In a recent opinion piece, Professor Britt Glaunsinger outlines the significant benefits of sharing scientific expertise through open access publications.
Released on Earth Day, the documentary spotlights Rosenblum's amphibian conservation research in one of seven segments.
College leadership shared this message with the community today.
A new study in the journal Nature, co-authored by assistant professor of energy and resources David Anthoff, analyzes the unequal economic harms of methane emissions.
Five people in Rausser College were recognized for engaging in or supporting outstanding teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Doctoral student Aidee Guzman works with farmers in the San Joaquin Valley to understand soil health—and to support farmers.
Associate professor of agricultural and resource economics Joseph Shapiro is co-author of a new study in the journal Science.
In an interview, Näär speaks about his Innovative Genomics Institute-funded research to prevent and treat COVID-19.
Plant & Microbial Biology PhD student Lorenzo Washington published an article on fungal relationships in Bay Nature.
Seven students at Rausser College have been awarded the prestigious research fellowship.
Directly removing carbon dioxide from the air could help achieve negative emissions, if policies can encourage markets and technology adoption.
A new study by researchers in ESPM investigates how agriculture can adapt to climate change, biodiversity loss, and food insecurity.
Morello-Frosch is widely known for her research on environmental health and environmental justice.
Allen Goldstein, a professor of environmental science, policy and management, joins NOAA scientists and state and local air quality agencies for the emissions study.
Berkeley Student Farms is a coalition of student-run gardens dedicated to giving student-farmers ownership over the foods they grow, reconnecting to the land’s indigenous heritage, and empowering leadership, collaboration, and onsite learning.
Cooperative Extension specialist and adjunct professor Matteo Garbelotto co-authored a study in the journal Biological Invasions.
Bowles is an assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management.
Professor Kate O’Neill and Dean David Ackerly recently spoke with legislators about issues related to plastic pollution and funding for agricultural research.
Henderson is a fourth-year student studying Conservation & Resources Studies and African American Studies.
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RT @ESPM_Berkeley: PhD candidate @JessicaHeiges and a team of researchers from @ucanr, @UCnpi, @UCBerkeleySPH, ESPM, and @SFUnified have de…
RT @dan_kammen: May 17, 2022: My Opinion piece in the @latimes
California can do better than carbon neutrality by 2045
RT @berkeleyforests: New paper alert! @berkeleyforests faculty co-authored a study about the 2020 Creek Fire, finding that dead biomass and…
@OlzmannLab @Mel__Roberts congrats!