Sasha Harris-Lovett received a PhD from the Energy and Resources Group in 2018. Her dissertation research focused on urban water and wastewater management, decision analysis for socio-environmental problems, and collaborative environmental planning. She is dedicated to making science accessible to students, policy-makers, and community members. She was awarded an NSF Graduate Research Program Fellowship, earned an MS from ERG in 2013, and graduated from Harvard in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in History of Science. She currently works at the Berkeley Water Center.
- Beyond User Acceptance: A Legitimacy Framework for Potable Water Reuse in California
- The thorny road to technology legitimation—Institutional work for potable water reuse in California
- Devastating floods might be more common than we thought, study says
- GMO rice could reduce greenhouse gas emissions, study says
- Cities’ food supplies are eating into groundwater reserves, study finds
- Combinations of ‘safe’ chemicals may increase cancer risk, study suggests
- Scientists see climate change in action in California wildflower fields
- California Ranchers Fight Climate Change, One Pasture at a Time
- Reinventing Stormwater at Cal: A Tour of UC Berkeley Campus
- The history of water reuse in California, in “Sustainable Water, Challenges and Solutions from California”
- Return to Sender: As climate change takes its toll, can recycled sewage water provide the answer to California’s water woes?