Sustainability

UCLA ice sheet

Antarctica could be headed for major meltdown

UCLA geochemist finds striking similarities between climate change patterns today and millions of years ago.

UC Santa Cruz oceans study

The wild, wild West Coast

Unexpected phenomena and El Niño leave UC Santa Cruz researchers wondering what the future holds for West Coast ecosystems.

Juvenile salmon feast on bugs in enclosed areas of the Yolo Bypass during a 2014 experiment in a flooded rice field. The experiment in 2016 is in its fifth year.

Sushi project mixes salmon and rice fields on floodplain

Experiment, in fifth year, points to water policy solutions to support both salmon recovery and agriculture.

UC Global Food Initiative student fellow Hoaithi Dang (right of mascot) is one of three UC Merced students selected to speak at the upcoming session of Clinton Global Initiative University.

Three students chosen for Clinton Global Initiative University

Three of UC Merced’s student sustainability stars will share ideas about the future and network with international students and dignitaries at the upcoming session of Clinton Global Initiative University at UC Berkeley.

Crab fishing UC Davis

UC Davis pioneers unique cleanup program in partnership with fishermen

Amid Dungeness crab season delays, a collaboration to help oceans recover by retrieving lost gear has blossomed.

A working drawing of what the café space will look like as of now.

'A' is for Audrey at Geisel Library Cafe

Cafe in UC San Diego's flagship building set to open in spring.

LA aqueduct

$1.2 million awarded by UCLA to help Los Angeles County thrive despite climate change

Developing smart grids and converting wastewater are among the projects earning grants as part of the Sustainable LA Grand Challenge.

UC Santa Cruz pelicans ecosystems

UC Santa Cruz documents one of the earth's most biodiverse places

New definitive resource published on the structure and function of California’s ecosystems.

UC Santa Cruz alumnus and current CASFS researcher Mark Lipson was honored for his years of service to the organic and sustainable agriculture movement.

UC Santa Cruz researcher wins sustainability champion award

National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition honors Mark Lipson for his contributions to the organic and sustainable agriculture movement.

Wurster Hall, where Charles Phan’s newest eatery will feature his trademark organic international food

Slanted Door restaurateur to open new cafe at UC Berkeley

Charles Phan, who studied architecture at Berkeley in the 1980s, says his newest venture — to be located in Wurster Hall, home of the College of Environmental Design — will feature organic international food, his culinary trademark. T

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