Cool Campus Challenge — 4/1 – 4/26/2019

Berkeley students, staff, and faculty are taking action at home and around the globe to reduce our own carbon footprint and find real and lasting solutions to climate disruption. Our collective actions — saving energy, walking and riding bikes, choosing … Continued

Tomas Leon

Something in the Water

How tramping across rice paddies in Thailand can help unravel tropical diseases and improve public health.

Nominations for Volvo Environment Prize — 1/10/2018

Since the first award in 1990, the Volvo Environment Prize has become one of the scientific world’s most respected environmental prizes.  Laureates represent all fields of environmental and sustainability studies and initiatives. The Volvo Environment Prize is awarded annually by … Continued

Harvard University Environmental Fellows Program — 1/16/2019

The HUCE Environmental Fellows Program awards two-year postdoctoral fellowships to outstanding young scholars in any environment-related discipline. This year the cohort will represent research areas in history, engineering and public policy, comparative literature, earth and planetary science and earth system sciences, … Continued

Brazil Biodiversity Fellowships — 3/10/2017

The Research and Innovation Fellowship for Agriculture (RIFA) is a graduate student fellowship program based at UC Davis that provides funding for student fellows to work overseas for two to six months on research or projects in agriculture, food systems or … Continued

Call for Proposals for the TomKat UC Carbon Neutrality Project — 4/18/2016

The TomKat UC Carbon Neutrality Project supports innovative multi-disciplinary research projects that will substantially accelerate progress of the University of California’s Carbon Neutrality Initiative. This project aims to address topics such as technology assessments (e.g, energy storage, pathways to transition off natural … Continued

Cal’s Greener Academics

Cal is home to a number of scientists, researchers and academics whose work is focused on making the planet better.