Professor Rachel Morello-Frosch co-authored the recent analysis along with other researchers at UC Berkeley and UCLA.
A new analysis by Rausser College researchers shows how the state can effectively reduce wildfire risk through forest thinning while continuing to limit carbon emissions.
New research from the lab of Trevor Keenan shows that plants are photosynthesizing more in response to more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
Research by Dennis Baldocchi’s lab in the Dutch Slough wetlands was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle this week.
CRISPR is widely used to target specific cell types, but only one at a time. Two new techniques developed in the lab of Jill Banfield allow CRISPR editing of genes in multiple cell types simultaneously.
Research by a team that includes Professor Rachel Morello-Frosch suggests flooding could hit power plants, refineries, and hazardous waste sites in many locations across the San Francisco Bay Area and southern California.
A commonly used policy for conserving ecosystems is underestimating large emissions of greenhouse gases, according to new research by UC Berkeley scientists published in the journal Ecography.
Sigona, a member of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band and a third-year ESPM Ph.D. student, focuses his research on Indigenous natural resource management, specifically with the Amah Mutsun—a landless and non-federally recognized tribe.
Former ESPM postdoctoral scholar Max Lambert is part of a team of wildlife experts studying local Western pond turtles, a species that is struggling to survive the combined threats of climate change, habitat loss and competition from red-eared slider turtles.
During Native American Heritage Month this November, ESPM highlights researchers whose work is related to the heritage of Native communities.
Researchers in the Brashares lab tracked the movements and feeding patterns of deer before, during and after the 2018 Mendocino Complex Fire.
In a recent Berkeley Talks podcast, Professor Erica Bree Rosenblum discusses how the mountain yellow-legged frog is making a comeback after years of conservation efforts.
Professor Erica Bree Rosenblum is part of the RIBBITR project, a new, collaborative research institute focused on understanding how amphibians survive infections.
ESPM researchers and alumni are working to bring the bold 30x30 conservation initiative to life.
The California Heartbeat Initiative uses new technologies to track environmental change on a landscape scale.
Fire management in California is not seeing the forest for the trees, says a new study by ESPM researchers.
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.