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.
ARE Professor Jeff Perloff featured in an article in the Daily Californian.
ARE is very pleased to announce that PhD candidate Dan Hammer is being honored with the first-ever Pritzker Emerging Environmental Genius Award.
ARE Associate Professor Meredith Fowlie authored this Haas Energy Institute blog post on the Trump Administration's accounting of the social cost of carbon.
ARE Assistant Professor James Sallee is one of four faculty from the College of Natural Resources to be named a 2017 Hellman Fellow. The Hellman Fellows Program supports junior faculty research on the ten campuses of the UC system and at four private institutions.
California Wildfires Death Toll Rises to 29 as Vast Region Is Scorched; As a Sudden Wildfire Approaches, How Do You Get People Out of Their Homes; What To Do If You’re Trapped In a Vehicle in the Middle of a Wildfire
ARE Professor David Sunding's 2015 cost-benefit analysis of the California Waterfix is highlighted in this Los Angeles Times article on the Westlands Water District's recent withdrawal of support from the $17-billion water project.
Megan Conner shares her passion for writing and analysis, her favorite CNR class, and her experience in the Cal Energy Corps program.
ARE Associate Professor Meredith Fowlie authored this post for the Energy Institute at Haas blog on
ARE alumni Aluma Dembo (2017) and Fiona Burlig (2017), and 2nd year graduate student in the Department of Economics, Emily Eisner, are featured on the Berkeley Blog and UC Berkeley's main website.
ARE professor Max Auffhammer authored this post for the Energy Institute at Haas blog on potential impacts of autonomous electric vehicles on congestion, accidents, local pollution, greenhouse gas emissions and energy security costs.
Uncertainty and confusion on genetic engineering of main food crops in Africa has frequently delayed the acceptance and application of these crops by smallholder farmers.
Professor Gordon Rausser and his co-authors have received recognition from the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association for their new book on structuring public-private partnerships.
ARE Phd candidate Tamma Carleton's research article "Crop-damaging temperatures increase suicide rates in India," published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), is prominently featured in New York Times article "The Uninhabitable Village" by Geeta Anand and Vikram Singh.
ARE Professor David Zilberman authored this post on the Berkeley Blog regarding the annual International Consortium of Applied Bioeconomy Research (ICABR) meeting, which took place this year in Berkeley.
ARE Professor David Zilberman authored this post on the Berkeley Blog on Food Evolution, a recent documentary on GMOs.
ARE Professor Max Auffhammer authored this post for the Energy Institute at Haas blog on energy dominance, a term recently introduced by the Trump administration. Auffhammer notes that while energy security is not a new concept, the ability to influence energy sources globally is not feasible with the US's current resources.
ARE Associate Professor Michael Anderson authored this article for Science magazine on traffic congestion and HOV lanes. Anderson writes about a long-term policy regarding high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes in Jakarta - one of the most congested cities in the world - and how effective the strategy was at reducing traffic delays.
ARE Professor Max Auffhammer and ERG Postdoc James Rising are highlighted in this ClimateWire article on recently published research that lays out an outlook for widening economic inequality caused by higher temperatures.