ARE is saddened to announce that Cooperative Extension Specialist Emeritus George Goldman passed away June 11th, 2018.
California Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. announced yesterday that he has appointed Meredith Fowlie to the Independent Emissions Market Advisory Committee, which serves the California Environmental Protection Agency.
ARE Professor Max Auffhammer's and ARE Alumnus Wolfram Schlenker's comments are included in a Los Angeles Times article regarding a new Stanford study proposing that more than $20 trillion could be saved worldwide if global warming were kept a half-degree below the Paris climate agreement's 2 degree Celsius target.
Earlier this year, California raked in $2.7 trillion gross state product, overtaking the UK as the world's fifth largest economy -- only Germany, Japan, China and the US itself produce more annually.
ARE Associate Professor Meredith Fowlie authored this blog post for the Energy Institute at Haas on California's greenhouse gas (GHG) emission consumption.
A new study co-authored by ARE Assistant Professor James Sallee seeks to explore whether such size-based regulations were actually effective.
ARE proudly celebrated its 2018 graduates and their families on Saturday, May 12th during an intimate and sunny pre-commencement reception at the home of Professor Elisabeth Sadoulet.
Professor Berck has had life changing effect on a number of undergraduates during his 41 years of teaching, and his efforts have gone well beyond merely teaching undergraduate courses.
The Berkeley Faculty Service Award (BFSA) honors a member of the Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate for their outstanding and dedicated service to the campus.
1,200 Years of Earth's Climate, Transformed into Sound
ARE Professor Max Auffhammer discusses the logic behind a program subsidizing used electric vehicles in this Energy Institute blog post.
The ARE Department is pleased to announce Wei Lin as the recipient of the 2018 Sidney Hoos Award for Best Second-Year Econometrics Paper.
Can reducing your carbon footprint make any difference when you’re carbon capped?
ARE Assistant Professor Marco Gonzalez-Navarro’s paper on the impact of foreign retail chains’ entry into developing countries has been selected as the lead article in the latest issue of the Journal of Political Economy. The paper is co-authored with David Akin of MIT and Ben Faber of UC Berkeley.
A study by Professor David Sunding commissioned by the California Department of Water Resources says that Governor Brown’s delta tunnels plan would pay off for both farmers and cities.
The award, conferred by the Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate, recognizes outstanding and dedicated service to the campus. Winners are selected based on activities that have “significantly enhanced the quality of the campus as an educational institution and community of scholars” — including Senate service.
ARE Professor Max Auffhammer and ARE PhD candidate Ed Rubin coauthored this Energy Institute at Haas blog post on deciphering natural gas consumption in the event of pricing changes.
The Environmental Economics and Policy major tells us how he tackled learning all six official UN languages, how studying history helped him develop his passion for environmental science, and more.
Adela de la Torre becomes the ninth permanent president of SDSU and the first woman to serve in that role.
ARE Alumnus and Director of the San Francisco think tank Energy Innovation Research, Chris Busch, contributes article "Landmark California Climate Program Is in Jeopardy," (with J. Gillis) in the December 12, 2017 New York Times opinion page.