Assistant professor Benjamin Blonder and graduate student Courtenay Ray co-authored a recent study in the journal Ecological Applications.
Meg Mills-Novoa, Elizabeth Hoover, and Peter Nelson are featured in an article on campus-wide cluster hires in climate equity, Native American and Indigenous Peoples, and more.
Assistant professor Christopher Schell co-authored a new study on urban ecology in the journal Global Change Biology.
Associate adjunct professor Patrick Gonzalez joins the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Recent graduate alum Dave Kurz co-authored a study on shifting Indigenous practices now published in the journal People and Nature.
Researchers at Berkeley and UC Davis explain how infectious plant diseases move in a study out today in Nature Communications.
Researchers at Berkeley and the University of Arizona will focus primarily on bolstering Indigenous participation in STEM education.
In a photo series exhibited on the UC Berkeley Library website, professor Nancy Lee Peluso documents her ethnographic fieldwork.
A new study, co-authored by ESPM and Berkeley Forests researchers, was featured in Berkeley News .
Professor Jill Banfield and her team are studying the microorganisms that live in rice paddy soils, with the aim of understanding how they contribute to greenhouse gas emissions—and how to intervene.
A new study from the Cannabis Research Center examined where cannabis growers in California are getting water for their crops, highlighting significant gaps in cannabis cultivation policy.
Professor Paolo D'Odorico was co-author of the study published in Nature Food.
Alumnus Lorenzo Rosa and CE specialist Daniel Sanchez coauthor a study that outlines how 200 million tons of CO2 could be removed annually.
PhD candidate Aidee Guzman collaborates with farmers in the San Joaquin Valley to better understand soil health and support farmers.
In a study published in Nature Communications, associate professor Jonas Meckling analyzes how policy can encourage the adoption of carbon dioxide removal technologies.
In a new study, a team of ESPM researchers analyze how agriculture can better adapt to biodiversity loss, climate change, and food insecurity.
Matteo Garbelotto, Cooperative Extension specialist and adjunct professor, co-authored a new study in the journal Biological Invasions.
Associate professor Erica Bree Rosenblum uses innovative pedagogy and focuses on student experience in her new book.
Peter Nelson, an assistant professor who studies anthropological archaeology and Indigenous environmental studies, is featured in Berkeley News.
Rebecca Brunner, a PhD candidate, has discovered a new communication strategy of an elusive glass frog species.