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Agroecology professor Tim Bowles and colleagues are working to conduct a data-driven valuation of the risk mitigation of improved soil health.
Forest science professor Scott Stephens discusses integrating Indigenous knowledge into California’s forest policy recommendations.
ESPM researchers Jill Banfield, Mary Firestone, and Ella Sieradzki detail new links 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.
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.
Lenya Quinn-Davidson, '04 CRS, Director of the University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Fire Network, speaks on the causes and mitigation of megafires fueled by the climate crisis.
The ESPM professor was chosen in recognition of her pioneering contributions to global biogeochemistry.
Professor Rachel Morello-Frosch is working to mitigate the effect of flood-related contamination on some of the state's most marginalized communities.
A decades-long experiment in Yosemite involving wildfires is showing researchers what a healthy forest should look like.
A new paper co-authored by ESPM professor Alejandra Echeverri suggests that Costa Rica's diversified farms can help reverse declines in tropical biodiversity.
Associate Professor Dara O'Rourke writes about Kern County's efforts to support carbon removal projects in an equitable and safe way.
Projects led by professors Ted Grantham, Miranda Redmond, and Peter Nelson have received Climate Action Matching Grants to advance research that builds climate resilience and equity in California.
Join us in welcoming Correa and Echeverri, and other new Rausser College faculty.
Vernard Lewis, professor emeritus of cooperative extension, spoke to four students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities conducting summer research at UC Berkeley.
In a new PBS documentary, ESPM professor Chris Schell spoke about how coyotes and other animals adapt to life in urban ecosystems.
Professor Dennis Baldocchi offers personal insights into the unprecedented period of extreme weather that struck the northern hemisphere.
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.
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.