Alternative fuels UC Davis study

Moving beyond the 'fuel du jour'

Alternative fuel hype delivers excitement but not sales. A UC Davis professor examines what a massive shift to low-carbon vehicles will take.

UCLA recycled water

Recycled water is good for your health, UCLA researchers say

Smart water use is increasingly urgent - that's why findings from a new study on recycled H2O are so critical.

UC Merced McKuin

Is fishing truly sustainable?

A UC Merced graduate student finds the industry may have a bigger impact on the climate than previously thought.

Surface water groundwater interaction

UC researchers publish roadmap for groundwater governance

A UC Santa Cruz professor leads a multicampus effort to provide recommendations for statewide management.

UCLA sustainable concrete

UCLA researchers turn carbon dioxide into sustainable concrete

"Upcycling" greenhouse gases into new building materials could be a climate game changer.

UC Santa Barbara coral

Give and take

UC Santa Barbara researchers demonstrate how nutrient pollution can disrupt important ecological relationships.

Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani addresses agricultural assembly.

Afghanistan president, UC Davis align on ag extension

UC Davis leads project to help rebuild Afghanistan's agriculture.

UC Santa Cruz student David Robles has worked at the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems and is a UC Global Food Initiative student fellow.

Learning from the ground up

From well-established farms to a crop of new gardens, courses and programs, UC offers experiential learning opportunities to students at all levels.

Can lasers make the internet faster?

Lasers could make the Internet faster – and cleaner

Tiny lasers could overcome the current speed limits on the Internet and lower the information revolution's carbon footprint, UC San Diego researchers say.

California sieve Berkeley

California’s water system leaks like a sieve — how to save millions of gallons

Quantifying, much less preventing, H2O loss is almost impossible. UC Berkeley's John Gage wants to solve the problem.

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