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A new study co-authored by Paolo D’Odorico assesses how shared goals and information on resource levels can encourage cooperation and reduce resource depletion.
A team of University of California scientists found that high-mountain streams may be more vulnerable to droughts and heatwaves than previously thought.
The ESPM professor and Co-Director of the Berkeley Food Institute received the Climate Leadership Award at the 7th California Climate and Agriculture Summit.
ESPM Professor Paolo D’Odorico is co-author of a review published in today the journal Nature Climate Change.
Former students and colleagues remember Waldron, an emeritus professor of soil physics who passed away earlier this year.
In the fall Breakthroughs magazine on the bioeconomy, faculty members Matthew Potts, Van Butsic, and Dan Sanchez spoke about their work scaling markets for carbon capture, storage, and management.
A new study by Rausser College faculty and the U.S. Forest Service suggests mature forest habitats in California may be susceptible to complete loss without intervention.
Sigona, an ESPM graduate student and member of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, was recognized for his community involvement and research on Indigenous land access and collaborative stewardship
Professor Jill Banfield and PhD candidate Jacob West-Roberts have helped identify a new transferrable DNA structure that appears to play a role in balancing atmospheric methane.
The gift supports the BiomeForge project, a collaborative effort including professor Jill Banfield.
PhD candidate Vera Chang merges empirical research with participatory photojournalism.
Morello-Frosch is recognized for her expertise on structural determinants of environmental health inequities and her leadership in community-engaged data science.
The Mendocino Voice recently interviewed Andrea Brown and Monica Donegan, students who are studying Pierce’s Disease in the Almeida Lab.
ESPM professor Tim Bowles will co-lead a collaborative USDA grant that will improve and expand undergraduate education in organic agriculture across three campuses and UCANR.
As a Fellow, Schell will assist the Academy in public engagement, education, and collaborative research efforts.
A study appearing in Science, co-authored by ESPM professor Jonas Meckling, identifies the political factors that allow some countries to take the lead while others lag behind.
Andrews, an ESPM PhD student and president of UC Berkeley's Graduate Student Assembly, hopes to battle climate change through environmental justice work and research that is interconnected to systems of violence and anti-Blackness.
ESPM professor Carl Boettiger is part of a $3.2 million project focused on standardizing how scientific data is described.
Rausser College graduate students have formed a new group to foster community for peers that identify as Queer or LGBTQ+
Research by an ESPM postdoctoral researcher suggests docile raccoons possess a greater ability to learn how to obtain food than their bold counterparts.