Although early conservation efforts were closely tied to hunting and management of game species, conservation priorities have since shifted toward biodiversity and ecosystem conservation.
As part of the Graduate Training in Cooperative Extension Program, I am “making (my) science matter” to the public while building skills for the workforce.
PBS’s new series, “Food Forward,” explores issues surrounding food in the United States. Covering topics such as urban agriculture, sustainable fishing, grass-fed beef, soil science and school lunch reform.
Robert Hass is a former poet laureate of the United States and a recipient of the National Book Award, the MacArthur Genuis Fellowship, and the Pulitzer Prize.
Journalist Chris Mooney's Hans Jenny Memorial Lecture focuses on the science of science denial at play in American culture.
A video about mushroom foraging in the Bay Area; features ESPM graduate student Sydney Glassman and ESPM professor Tom Bruns.
Dr. Montgomery is a Professor of Earth and Space Sciences at the University of Washington in Seattle. His research addresses the evolution of topography and the influence of geomorphological processes on ecological systems and human societies.
The 2013 GradFest Symposium's Keynote Speaker Malik Yakini, May 3, 2013.
PhD student Kendra Klein sat down with the Switzer Network News to talk about her work in bringing healthy food and sustainable food production systems into hospitals.
Though the interview was recorded in June, Caldicott and Getz touched on important points relevant to the recent Hurricane Sandy.
Professor Neil Tsutsui is a guest expert on the public radio show Radiolab, in an episode uncovering the warlike, marauding Argentine ants.
Pedro Sanchez is the Director of the Tropical Agriculture and the Rural Environment Program, Senior Research Scholar and Director of the Millennium Villages Project at the Earth Institute at Columbia University.
Garrison Sposito holds the Betty and Isaac Chair in Soil Science at Berkeley.
A conversation with community leaders about the experiences of their communities, as they propose and implement novel climate change interventions.
Professor Vince Resh discusses onchocerciasis, African River Blindness, a disease caused by parasitic black flies in West Africa.
Professor John Harte discusses what environmental science teaches us about the potentially catastrophic consequences of a failure to address the current environmental crisis.
Rachel is a 2008 graduate of University of California at Berkeley with a degree in Conservation and Resources Studies and Forestry.