Diane Regas strives to improve access to parks and natural areas as The Trust for Public Land’s new President and CEO.
UC Berkeley graduate students offer a new way to comprehend changes in CO2 concentration in the atmosphere and temperature averages over time.
Al Jazeera spotlights Dan Kammen alongside other climate scientists from California, who are leading global efforts to curb climate change, regardless of White House policies.
Dan Kammen comments on the undeniable environmental factors behind the recent devastating fires in Northern California.
Learn more about ERG Ph.D. candidate Nkiruka “Nikky” Avila’s work on electricity access and the socio-political impact of the low-carbon energy transition. Read the full interview here.
Energy and Resources Group Professor Dan Kammen is featured in this fifth episode of Climate Lab, a six-part series produced by the University of California in partnership with Vox
The Energy and Resources Group hosted its 23nd Annual Lecture on Energy and the Environment on April 6th with Arlie Russell Hochschild. The lecture was titled Pollution, the Political Divide and the Possibility of Common Ground.
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.
Zeke Hausfather, an ERG grad student, explains how ship measurements of sea surface temperature have been underestimating the amount of ocean warming this century.
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.