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The 30x30 initiative employs an inclusive, collaborative approach to preserving biodiversity and mitigating climate change.
The Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water recognizes cutting-edge innovation in water research.
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.
ESPM Professor Iryna Dronova co-authored the multidisciplinary study published in Nature Medicine.
ERG’s Chelsi Sparti and ESPM’s Leslie “Leke” Hutchins receive support for their work to drive positive environmental change.
ARE Professor Meredith Fowlie breaks down new ERG research that examines one potential cost of moving toward an increasingly electrified, clean-energy future.
Rausser College researchers lead groundbreaking research on how CRISPR can help plants thrive in a changing climate and sequester carbon in the soil to draw down greenhouse gases and reduce methane emission.
The first reunion since 2019 was back in full swing with over 170 alumni in attendance.
Learn more about the PhD student's research into the response and potential recovery of mammals, birds, and other species after extreme climate events.
Ellen Bruno, an assistant professor of Cooperative Extension in ARE, breaks down California's Sustainable Groundwater Management Act in a recent Q&A with the Berkeley Food Institute.
The award will support Olzmann as he pursues research that may help target cancer cells that fail to self-destruct.
Research by PMB and ESPM faculty will be supported by an $11 million commitment by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
The postdoctoral award will support Wilkinson as she explores machine learning and computer science.
The continued research agreement will enable further research that can make next-generation fuels a competitive, sustainable alternative to fossil fuels.
ESPM Professor Manuela Girotto is part of a new UC Berkeley research initiative that connects experts from AI and climate-related fields.
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.
Rebecca Varney, who is now a postdoctoral fellow at UC Santa Barbara, credits a tour of the Essig Museum that Lewis gave her in 1994 with spurring her interest in ocean-dwelling invertebrates.
Energy and Resources doctoral student Kate Altemus Cullen on participating in the United Nations Climate Change Conference last fall.
A glimpse at how some Rausser College students spend time beyond their studies.
Listen to speeches from university medalist Anjika Pal, student commencement speaker Jacob Dadmun, and founder of Latino Outdoors José G. González.