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The 30x30 initiative employs an inclusive, collaborative approach to preserving biodiversity and mitigating climate change.
The vice president spoke on climate action at an event in San Francisco earlier this week.
A type of transferrable DNA structure recently identified by ESPM and PMB researchers appears to play a role in balancing atmospheric methane.
PhD candidate Vera Chang merges empirical research with participatory photojournalism.
ARE researchers recently found that better information about the location and size of fish populations would decrease profits for the world's largest fishery.
The gift supports the BiomeForge project, a collaborative effort including professor Jill Banfield.
Morello-Frosch is recognized for her expertise on structural determinants of environmental health inequities and her leadership in community-engaged data science.
The Mendocino Voice recently interviewed Andrea Brown and Monica Donegan, students who are studying Pierce’s Disease in the Almeida Lab.
Air travel carbon mitigation fees will help fund campuswide sustainability projects.
A collaborative USDA grant will expand undergraduate education in organic agriculture across three UC campuses and UCANR.
Fellows aid the Academy in public engagement, education, and collaborative research efforts.
A study appearing in Science, co-authored by ESPM professor Jonas Meckling, identifies the political factors that allow some countries to take the lead while others lag behind.
Andrews, an ESPM PhD student and president of UC Berkeley's Graduate Student Assembly, hopes to battle climate change through environmental justice work and research that is interconnected to systems of violence and anti-Blackness.
ESPM professor Carl Boettiger is part of a $3.2 million project focused on standardizing how scientific data is described.
Research by an ESPM postdoctoral researcher suggests docile raccoons possess a greater ability to learn how to obtain food than their bold counterparts.
Led by ESPM faculty and graduate students, the collaborative effort focused on actionable changes to course material and structure.
Antimicrobial genes in the small, invasive plant species may help improve disease resistance in rice and wheat.
Research by professors in ARE concluded that up to two-thirds of charges on electricity bills amount to a hidden electricity “tax.”
Energy and Resources Group grad student Jenny Rempel led the analysis of water quality data from California’s Kern Valley State Prison and neighboring rural communities.
Rausser College graduate students have formed a new group to foster community for peers that identify as Queer or LGBTQ+
Favorable fire behavior and weather are expected to continue to move the fire away from Blodgett Forest.