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Kripa Akila Jagannathan selected for UC-Sponsored Food Fellowships 2015–2016


ERG grad­u­ate stu­dent, Kripa Akila Jagan­nathan, was selected for a fel­low­ship spon­sored by the UC Global Food Ini­tia­tive Pro­gram. She is a sec­ond year UC GFI fellow.

“She will be work­ing with Andrew Jones in the Earth and Envi­ron­men­tal Sci­ences Area to inves­ti­gate whether cli­mate mod­els with good skills in pre­dict­ing global met­rics (such as global aver­age tem­per­a­ture) are also good pre­dic­tors of spe­cific met­rics of local cli­mate that are rel­e­vant to fruit and nut farm­ers in Cal­i­for­nia, such as chill hours.”

Read more about the fel­low­ship here!


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Isha Ray: On the Same Page panel discuss current efforts to reduce poverty

Watch pro­fes­sor Ray dis­cuss cur­rent efforts to reduce poverty.

How to Build a Low-Carbon Future in Developing Nations

ERG Ph.D. schol­ars Ran­jit Desh­mukh and Grace Wu dis­cuss their report on “Design­ing Low Car­bon Elec­tric­ity Futures for African and Other Devel­op­ing Economies”

Study: Volkswagen’s emissions cheat to cause 60 premature deaths in U.S.

ERG pro­fes­sor Daniel Kam­men pro­vides insight on recent research per­tain­ing to the VW scandal.

Beyond emissions: The promise of products from captured carbon

ERG Ph.D can­di­date, Daniel Sanchez, shares his research on cap­tur­ing, seques­ter­ing and burn­ing car­bon with GreenBiz.

2015 ITRI-Rosenfeld Fellowship Winners Announced
ITRI Rosenfeld Awards, October 6, 2015.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to ERG post­doc­toral fel­low Peter Alstone, who was recently announced a win­ner of the 2015 ITRI-Rosenfeld Post­doc­toral Fellowship.

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