In an unusual interview, the planet Earth chats with the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. READ STORY »
A UC team tamps down fire danger and finds common ground. READ STORY »
As a major U.S. distributor of sustainably produced quinoa, Sergio Núñez De Arco is a champion of indigenous communities in his native Bolivia. READ STORY »
Ayele Solomon is seeking a carbon-rights agreement that would be the biggest conservation project in Ethiopia. READ STORY »
Jared Diamond - The World Until Yesterday: What Can We Learn from Traditional Societies? WATCH NOW »
The emergency food system's path to more healthful food. READ STORY »
The College of Natural Resources is celebrating throughout the year, culminating with The Centennial Party at Berkeley's historic Faculty Club. READ MORE »
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A key UC Berkeley research forest is preparing to implement controlled burns to prevent being overtaken by the King Fire.
ESPM professor Steve Beissinger worked with the National Park Service to improve conservation of the Death Valley pupfish, which exists in only one place on earth.
A new professional intensive on the economic impacts of climate and energy policies is now open for enrollment.
Hear from current students the benefits of studying in the College of Natural Resources at UC Berkeley.
Posted on 4-15-2013 2:40 pm