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The 30x30 initiative employs an inclusive, collaborative approach to preserving biodiversity and mitigating climate change.
A new study led by Rausser College researchers in PMB and ESPM details the link between soil viruses and carbon emissions.
ESPM professor Scott Stephens spoke to Berkeleyside about the city’s continued fire risk in a series commemorating the centennial of its 1923 fire.
Conference engages industry leaders, policymakers, academics, investors, and entrepreneurs in discussions of revolutions in agricultural and food science.
California community college students were introduced to UC Berkeley’s forestry program through a condensed weeklong program held earlier this summer.
The recent graduate and climate change scientist spoke to us about her time at UC Berkeley and her future as a Stanford University postdoc.
The ESPM professor was chosen in recognition of her pioneering contributions to global biogeochemistry.
Rausser College researchers are working to identify and mitigate the health hazards of sea-level rise.
A decades-long experiment in Yosemite involving wildfires is showing researchers what a healthy forest should look like.
The award provides UC Berkeley faculty members with funding, resources, and mentorship for entrepreneurial success.
Projects led by professors Ted Grantham, Miranda Redmond, Dan Kammen, and Peter Nelson have received Climate Action Matching Grants to advance research that builds climate resilience and equity in California.
Rausser College of Natural Resources welcomes six new professors this fall.
A new study led by ERG researchers suggests that a method used to stop the transmission of mosquito-borne diseases is resilient to current climate change, but could be stymied by future heat waves.
Vernard Lewis, professor emeritus of cooperative extension, spoke to four students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities conducting summer research at UC Berkeley.
Coates, a professor in PMB and director of the Energy and Biosciences Institute, spoke to the American Society for Microbiology about his research in applied and environmental microbiology.
In a new PBS documentary, ESPM professor Chris Schell spoke about how coyotes and other animals adapt to life in urban ecosystems.
Morse, who serves as California's Deputy Secretary for Forest and Wildland Resilience, spoke about how the state is working to prevent catastrophic wildfires during last fall's S.J. Hall Lecture.
Professor Dennis Baldocchi offers personal insights into the unprecedented period of extreme weather that struck the northern hemisphere.
Omitting racial demographics from a new evaluative tool may hamper the Biden administration's efforts to address environmental inequalities.
As climate change threatens land-based ecosystems, a new paper from ESPM researchers highlights the role they play in offsetting human carbon emissions.
Rausser College of Natural Resources congratulates professors Steve Beissinger, Richard Dodd, and Brian Staskawicz on their retirement from UC Berkeley.