The mission of the Energy and Resources Group is education and research for a sustainable environment and a just society. ERG actively promotes intellectual, racial, ethnic, and gender inclusion; researches the impacts of equality and inequality; and celebrates diversity in our community.
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Applications to the Energy and Resources Group Master’s and PhD programs for Fall 2017 will open on September 5, 2016 and will close on December 2, 2016. ERG will accept letters of recommendation until January 6, 2017. For more information please go to ERG Admissions.
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For 40 years ERG research has advanced the fields of global change ecology, renewable energy deployment, efficient energy systems, ecological economics, and equitable and affordable access to water and energy. Donate now to directly support ERG’s unique culture of interdisciplinary research and teaching for a sustainable environment and a just society.
As the 22nd UN climate change conference, or COP22, continues in the Moroccan city of Marrakech, Daniel Kammen discusses how Morocco is becoming a model on the African continent when it comes to fighting climate change. Read more
Carbon Brief spoke to ERG Professor Daniel Kammen, one of the contributors to the report of the ODI's (Overseas Development Institute) beyond coal report, about its findings. Read more
ERG Professor Daniel Kammen helped the California Academy of Sciences and RAEL create a video series called "Exploring Energy." Read more
" To make these goals happen, we are going to have to get out the front and not be interesting analysts, but, trailing the charge, we are going to have to lead the charge." - Dan Kammen Read more
"Nuclear wins the physics story, but nuclear fails the systems story." - Dan Kammen Read more
ERG is a collaborative community of graduate students, core faculty, over 150 affiliated faculty and researchers across the campus, and over 500 alumni across the globe. We award MA, MS, and PhD degrees to students working across disciplines and departments to create potentially transformative knowledge for the planet and its people. ERG is a world-renowned program with a 40-year history of outstanding research, education and outreach to government, industry, and civil society at the state, national and international levels.