A new research paper exploring the potential for the innovative use of low-value wood was recently published in PNAS by Bodie Cabiyo, a PhD candidate at ERG, with corresponding author Daniel Sanchez (PhD ’15). Their research supports that the innovative use of low-value wood has the ability to reduce wildfire risk, and reduce California’s net emissions. (Photo by Olena Sergienko)
ERG’s Will Gorman (MS ’19, PhD) and Cristina Crespo Montanes (MS) at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) were featured in a recent article in Utility Dive, sharing how hybrid … Continue Reading »
A new study from ERG’s Andy Jones and Julia Szinai at the Berkeley Lab considers how dwindling mountain snowpacks will implicate water management.
ERG graduate student Chelsi Sparti has published in Cal Matters about how knowledge of indigenous practices can inform wildfire prevention.
ERG’s Dan Kammen has been selected to serve as senior adviser for energy, climate and innovation for the U.S. Agency for International Development. (Photo by Elena Zhukova)
Andy Jones (M.S. ’07, PhD ’12) holds the unique role of being both an ERG alumnus and an ERG core faculty member. Read more about his journey to ERG, why … Continue Reading »
ERG alumni Peter Gleick (PhD ’86) and Julia Szinai (PhD ’21) of the Pacific Institute research group discussed in a recent article on The Hill how the findings of their … Continue Reading »
ERG Professor David Anthoff and Frank Errickson, PhD ’20, ERG, recently published in Nature Climate Change, proposing a practical way of measuring how different nations should reduce carbon emissions in order to maximize well being in the world. (Photo by Stuart Rankin)
A new research paper published in Nature Energy authored by Anna Brockway, an ERG PhD student and ERG professor Duncan Callaway highlights how existing social inequities are exacerbated by California’s grid limits. (Photo by Jeremy Bezanger)
ERG’s Lara Kueppers was among 3 Rausser College faculty elected Fellow of the California Academy of Sciences by a unanimous vote of the Board of Trustees. Academy Fellows are nominated by their peers and recognized for their exceptional contributions to the world of science.