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Competing towards a common goal

 By Caitlin Looby, Climate Communications Writer

In ecology, when two species compete, neither species benefits. But, at the University of California Carbon Slam Competition, graduate students competed and everyone benefited. Not only was this the case, but they shared a common goal—carbon neutrality.

The Carbon Slam was an all day

Competing towards a common goal 2017-10-03T10:39:36+00:00

Ecologist Kristy Kroeker named Faculty Climate Action Champion

As the Faculty Climate Action Champion for 2016-17, ecologist Kristy Kroeker plans to use research on how environmental changes in the ocean could affect human health as the basis for a variety of education and outreach activities related to climate change.

Ecologist Kristy Kroeker named Faculty Climate Action Champion

2017-10-03T10:39:36+00:00

UCSF Participates in UC Carbon Slam

At the 2016 UC Carbon Slam, Arianne presented her work on new curriculum for health professionals that takes into account sustainability issues. The Carbon Slam brought together scholars from all 10 campuses to present their climate science and carbon reduction research in three-minute pitches before a panel of judges. read more

UCSF Participates in UC Carbon Slam 2017-10-03T10:39:36+00:00

The Big Yellow Goes Green

By Caitlin Looby

The bell rings: it is 3 p.m. The parking lot is filled with yellow school buses and happy kids. The bell and the pool of yellow are two symbols that signify the end of another school day.

The Big Yellow Goes Green 2017-10-03T10:39:36+00:00

New Global Warming Remedy: Turning Rangelands into Carbon-Sucking Vacuums

Studies conducted on a ranch in the heart of Marin County and led by UC Berkeley researchers and alums seem to confirm what home gardeners have long suspected: Compost really can save the world.

That sounds hyperbolic, of course. But research led by Whendee Silver of Berkeley’s Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and

New Global Warming Remedy: Turning Rangelands into Carbon-Sucking Vacuums 2017-10-03T10:39:37+00:00
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