ERG Affirmation

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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The Energy and Resources Group

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.

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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.

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ERG Media

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT – Britt Shaw

Master's student Britt Shaw discusses why she chose ERG and how ERG's interdisciplinary mix of courses allowed her to build the skills she needed to pursue energy project development and management in the private sector. Read more

Zeke Hausfather: Global Warming Hiatus Disproved — Again

Zeke Hausfather, an ERG grad student, explains how ship measurements of sea surface temperature have been underestimating the amount of ocean warming this century. Read more

COP22: How Morocco is Going Green

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

‘Coal Doesn’t Benefit the Poor’: Dan Kammen on Energy Access and Poverty

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

RAEL and the California Academy of Sciences Collaborate the ‘Exploring Energy’ Video Series

ERG Professor Daniel Kammen helped the California Academy of Sciences and RAEL create a video series called "Exploring Energy." Read more