Rebecca Brunner, a PhD candidate, has discovered a new communication strategy of an elusive glass frog species.
Graduate student Wenjing Xu and assistant professor Arthur D. Middleton are coauthors of the study published in the Journal of Applied Ecology.
Graduate student and staff member Rosalie Z. Fanshel co-organized a conference this fall focused on the Morrill Act and Indigenous land dispossession.
In a New York Times piece out today, Arthur Middleton and Justin Brashares comment on how the Biden administration may reach the ambitious goal.
The ESPM students led the creation of a class on anti-racist environmental scholarship.
Researchers publish a new study that evaluates wildlife populations following the Mozambican Civil War.
An Insider video features alumna Sasha Berleman, director of the Fire Forward program, which teaches volunteers to use "good fire" for landscape management.
Alumna Jen Guyton is a photographer whose images raise awareness about conservation.
Due to the efforts of faculty, staff, and students, a cornerstone of the forestry program safely continued during the pandemic.
In Breakthroughs magazine, Professor Rachel Morello-Frosch and alumnus Christopher Golden discuss the crucial linkages between public health, the environment, and social justice.
Whendee Silver’s research shows that compost doesn’t just benefit farmers—it captures carbon.
The Berkeley Cannabis Research Center shares a video about the state of cannabis research and farming.
A formal agreement between UC Berkeley and CAL FIRE was finalized to collaborate on environmental research.
Professor Lynn Huntsinger and other faculty in the College have adapted creatively to engage students during remote learning.
Submit your best images by December 16 for a chance to win prizes and to have your work featured online and in print.
The agency awarded $4.6 million to Berkeley, with most funding going to the Cannabis Research Center.
Professor emeritus Peng Gong is a key collaborator with the Berkeley California-China Climate Institute.
Steen studies native and indigenous conservation at the Land Use & Land Use Change Lab.
Graduate Phoebe Parker-Shames was the lead author of a new study on the environmental impacts of cannabis farming.
A partnership between state, scientific, academic, and tribal institutions will conserve California biodiversity.