The award recognizes Goldstein’s broad influence in atmospheric science and his collaborative research.
The department congratulates professors Greg Biging, Mary Firestone, and Katharine Milton on their retirement.
New research uses an algorithm to help make better global fishery population predictions.
Lorenzo Rosa has received a one-year grant to study the food-energy-water nexus.
Ian Wang has been awarded a five-year grant to study evolutionary responses to climate change.
Spotted owls benefit from active fire management, not suppression, finds a new study co-authored by Scott Stephens.
The Herpetologist League interviewed gradute student Erin Westeen on her field work and journey to Berkeley.
Frances Roberts-Gregory and Christine Wilkinson recieved this award for their work to improve the environment and for showing leadership in their fields.
This award recognizes a researcher making notable contributions to the field of science, technology, and environmental politics.
Patrick Gonzalez discussed the impacts of increased wildfire, melting glaciers, and habitat shift on U.S. national parks.
UC Berkeley and four California and Oregon tribes collaborated on a comprehensive food security assessment.
New research model highlights globalization’s connection to declining stability of agricultural resources.
Elk are adapting to changing climate cues, but migratory shifts may create ripple effects throughout the region.
Postdoctoral fellow Max Lambert and PhD candidate Melina Packer publish an op-ed in the Washington Post.
Daniel Sanchez and Whendee Silver discuss carbon dioxide removal technologies the latest edition of California Agriculture.
The program provides graduates with skills that can be applied across diverse and emerging food systems.
Joan Dudney and Max Lambert have been selected for David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowships.
For conservation and resource studies graduates, paper diplomas just won’t do.
The Wall Street Journal featured professor Kate O'Neill in their video on the future of recycling.
ESPM researchers are working with citizen scientists to gather data around the Bay Area and across the globe.