The University of California is once again a leader in sustainability leadership and achievement, according to new rankings.
Policies, and especially attitudes toward water, will have to shift as climate change makes drought more severe, says urban planning professor David Feldman.
Allowing conservationists to bid on public resources — held to a “use it or lose it” standard — could be a game-changer, experts say.
The report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says we must act soon, says Berkeley Lab scientist and contributor Charles Koven.
A new climate and fire model suggests that Western wildfires will intensify for roughly a decade before experiencing a gradual decline.
For the average bee, every little bit counts.
The Environmental Protection Agency puts UC on top in its new ranking, with nearly half of the university's electricity sourced from green power in 2020.
Conservation aquaculture could bring more native oysters to plates and estuaries along the west coast.
Michele Barbato is looking in unexpected places for ways to build affordable homes that can handle disaster, including wildfires.
Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is higher than its been for millions of years. A technique called direct air capture could help.
The survey identified more than 27,000 targets with high confidence to be classified as a barrel, and an excess of 100,000 total debris objects on the seafloor.
A report to the state outlines policy pathways to meet the zero-carbon time crunch.