ESPM PhD candidate Margiana Petersen-Rockney speaks with the Daily Yonder about how climate change messaging–or the lack thereof–by farm service providers affects rural communities.
Flegal discusses her work at the White House Council on Environmental Quality, where she is senior director for industrial emissions.
The Herpetologist League interviewed gradute student Erin Westeen on her field work and journey to Berkeley.
EuropeNow interviewed Professor Paolo D'Odorico on his interdiciplinary water research.
In this month’s Student Spotlight, senior Sophie Babka shares her experiences getting involved in environmental policy and action, from an internship with the California Environmental Protection Agency to attending the recent Global Climate Action Summit.
For our first student spotlight of the 2018-2019 school year, ESPM grad students and an alum share how they use remote sensing technology to help the environment.
Learn more about UC Berkeley’s Global Edge program from three undergraduates who studied abroad in London.
The US Army veteran shares his passion for the environment and photojournalism and why he’s chosen to combine the two fields.
Laura Driscoll tells us about her dissertation research, the organic farming report that she co-authored, and how studying anthropology sparked her interest in ecology.
Carr's new book examines the environmental and policy implications of river basin development in Eastern Africa.
ESPM Ph.D. candidate Matthew Luskin explains in an interview the effects that palm oil expansion has on wild pigs and macaques, and how these changes can indirectly but substantially damage the environment.
ESPM Professor Carolyn Merchant discusses her new book, Autonomous Nature: Problems of Prediction and Control from Ancient Times to the Scientific Revolution.
Two years after our Earth Day interview, planet Earth returns to interview ESPM on the occasion of our 20th anniversary!
On the anniversary of his 180th birthday, the ESPM newsletter catches up with Eugene Hilgard to talk about his legacy and other topical matters.
The Student Environmental Resource Center (SERC) is now housed on the third floor of Mulford Hall. We asked founding members to share the story of how three friends brought a long overdue student presence to Our Environment.
This month, we caught up with one of our distinguished alumni, David Warner (Conservation & Resource Studies, 1976), founder and owner of Redhorse Constructors.
ESPM interviewed second-year graduate student Joanna Hsu, of the Suding Lab. She is currently working on several projects, including a cross-site analysis of the impact of climate variability on plant communities, and research on food distribution models for a grocery store that will serve low-income neighborhoods.
In the days leading up to Earth Day 2012, we were able to obtain an exclusive interview with our home planet.