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A review of climate policy scholarship found that politics should not be seen only as a constraint but also be recognized as a target of intervention to advance environmental solutions.
In a survey of California households led by assistant professor of Cooperative Extension Kristin Dobbin, 85% of respondents reported that they were concerned about long-term reliability of their water supply.
Women, young adults, and low-income workers experienced the largest increase in depression risk between 2019 and 2021.
Agricultural and Resource Economics PhD Candidate Joel Ferguson's research analyzes potential air quality improvement as a result of the ban.
New UC Berkeley analysis suggests that trees preferring cooler climates are dying, and the new trees replacing them are not better suited to a warming climate.
A first-of-its-kind study by UC Berkeley researchers found that wildlife restoration efforts are more likely to succeed if conservationists partner with local communities.
A UC-led study found that sales dropped 27% after the city began taxing sugar-sweetened beverages in 2017, making residents healthier in the process.
The Audacious Project awarded $70 million to the Innovative Genomics Institute's efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and treat incurable diseases.
Last summer, the third-year microbial biology major documented the first instance of an Aegean wall lizard preying on a venomous centipede.
Postdoctoral researcher David González and professor Rachel Morello-Frosch are co-authors of a study assessing exposure to new, active, retired, and plugged wells in the state.
New commentary co-authored by ERG professor Isha Ray highlights the importance of improving access and addressing gender inequities in global water delivery systems.
As the 30x30 conservation initiative gains momentum around the world, Rausser College researchers call for a focus on rivers, lakes, and wetlands.
Sustained price hikes and supply issues caused by the war may fuel a new wave of large-scale land acquisitions.
In a study published today in Science Advances, ESPM researchers reveal how land use change has amplified—and in some cases mitigated—the impacts of climate change on bird populations in California.
The study explores the deep ties between people and pigs in Borneo, a connection the authors say underscores the importance of understanding our broader link to nature.
New research suggests formal recognition of rights of Indigenous peoples to ancestral territories could protect and restore a threatened biodiversity hotspot covering 17 states outside the Amazon.
ESPM professor Kip Will is leading a SPUR project to help monitor the effects of tree and underbrush removal on arthropod biodiversity in the post-fire Santa Cruz Mountains.
Two recent ARE undergraduates break down their research on consumer choice and willingness to pay during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Research by UC Berkeley’s CoolClimate Network helped New York Times reporters map neighborhood emissions across the United States.
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.