ARE Professor Max Auffhammer is featured in this Desert Sun article on electricity use spikes in the Southwest during heatwaves.
ARE Professor Meredith Fowlie is featured in this Grist article on ways the US can be weaned off fossil fuel dependence and shut off greenhouse gas emissions.
ARE Associate Professor Meredith Fowlie authored this post for the Energy Institute at Haas blog on the relationship between heat, electricity demand and California's building energy codes.
Tamma Carleton's strong committment to environmentalism.
We are thrilled to announce that Marco Gonzalez-Navarro will be joining the ARE faculty this summer.
ARE Professor Max Auffhammer is featured in this CBS SF Bay Area video segment on CA Gov. Jerry Brown's trip to China regarding CA's climate change agenda, where the governor was joined by 30 business leaders. Auffhammer noted that Brown has "essentially taken on the leadership role of climate policy in the United States."
ARE Professor Max Auffhammer coauthored this post for the Energy Institute at Haas blog on coal mining jobs and human health consequences on those who live within the range of power plant emissions.
ARE Grad student Reid Johnsen is featured in this UC ANR article and accompanying video on a recent UC Global Food Initiative (GFI) student tour of the Central Valley.
ARE Associate Professor Michael Anderson is highlighted in this NY Times article on the critical impact of adequate food and good nutrition on academic success.
ARE Professor David Zilberman authored this post for the Berkeley Blog.
Melis passed the position of faculty coordinator and symposium chair to ARE Professor Sofia Villas-Boas.
Susanna delivers terrifically informative and engaging interviews in this PBS Newshour Video regarding an electrification project in Kenya.
ARE is very pleased to announce that faculty member David Zilberman has been elected President of the Agricultural and Applied Economics
ARE Associate Professor Meredith Fowlie authored this post for the Energy Institute at Haas Blog on a new cap-and-trade emissions proposal circulating the state government.
ARE's 2017 graduates, along with faculty, families, and friends enjoyed a beautiful, sunny and warm Berkeley day of celebration on Sunday, May 14th at a luncheon-reception in the graduate's honor, prior to the College of Natural Resources commence
Professor Max Auffhammer has received the Earl F. Cheit Award for Excellence in Teaching from the Haas School of Business for the academic year 2016-17.
ARE Professor Max Auffhammer has authored a blog post for the Energy Institute of Haas on California's tailpipe emissions standards, which are set to stricter standards than the ones required at the federal level.
ARE Professor Max Auffhammer is featured in UC Berkeley's student-run newspaper the Daily Californian regarding consolidation of the Peace and Conflict Studies major into the new global studies major.
2016 ARE alumnus Obie Porteous has been selected to receive this year's Agricultural & Applied Economics Association’s prestigious Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award for
As recipient of the 2017 CNR Distinguished Teaching award, Sofia is being honored as a professor who has excelled in undergraduate teaching and who has made significant contributions to the teaching mission of the College of Natural Resources.