ESPM and PMB researchers have identified a variety of potential CRISPR-based genome-editing tools in viruses, according to new findings published in Cell.
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.
ESPM Professor Paolo D’Odorico is co-author of a review published in today the journal Nature Climate Change.
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.
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.
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.
ESPM alum Alasdair Cohen was co-author on an analysis of water quality data from California’s Kern Valley State Prison and neighboring rural communities.
Research by former ESPM PhD student Jacob Bukoski and Professor Matthew D. Potts might serve as the building blocks for carbon sequestration studies.
A first-of-its-kind analysis by ESPM Professor Iryna Dronova found that plant diversity plays a key role in improving seasonal biomass stability.
New commentary led by ESPM Professor Jonas Meckling urges governments to spur decarbonization by moving beyond the myths surrounding public investment in clean energy that discourage the use of public funds.
ESPM PhD candidate Margiana Petersen-Rockney speaks with the Daily Yonder about how climate change messaging–or the lack thereof–by farm service providers affects rural communities.
Rachel Morello-Frosch is senior author on a commentary out today in Environmental Research Letters on developing policies to mitigate the impact of gas and oil production.
ESPM Professor Iryna Dronova co-authored the multidisciplinary study published in Nature Medicine.
Rausser College researchers lead research on how CRISPR can help plants thrive in a changing climate and sequester carbon in the soil to draw down greenhouse gases and reduce methane emission.
Learn more about the PhD student's research into the response and potential recovery of mammals, birds, and other species after extreme climate events.
ESPM Professor Manuela Girotto is part of a new UC Berkeley research initiative that connects experts from AI and climate-related fields.
The study demonstrates the importance of integrating TEK into land management practices.
ESPM researchers hope the “bigger” and “brighter” birds popular among citizen scientists can aid outreach and conservation efforts.