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UCI GraduateDivision May 10
Nancy Freitas from is digging deep 👩🏻‍🔬into the soil in the arctic ❄️to understand the role of microbes found in our earth on climate change. “It’s my hope that my work with motivate humans...to put solutions into action.”
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UC Berkeley Graduate Division May 10
Cast your Grad Slam People's Choice vote for Nancy Freitas for her presentation “Microbes in the Arctic.”
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Berkeley WaterCenter May 3
. grad student Jenny Rempel presents Institutional drinking water access in CA at Symposium.
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Berkeley WaterCenter May 3
. grad student Gauthami Penakalapati pitches Rethinking laundry wastewater in developing settings at Symposium.
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Berkeley WaterCenter May 3
.'s Yoshika Crider talks about research testing in line chlorination in rural piped systems in Nepal (fewer than 50 households) using chlorine tablets versus pre-installation water. Significant improvement in tap water quality, absence of eColi in most samples.
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Berkeley WaterCenter May 3
. PhD student Yoshika Crider talks about chorine as an inexpensive water treatment, especially in rural areas in small systems or household level. Logistically it can be difficult See her papers on this research:
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Berkeley WaterCenter May 3
. PhD student Yoshika Crider talks about System level chlorination for safe water in Nepal at Symposium
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ERGBerkeley Apr 25
National Geographic sought out the expertise of ERG PhD candidate Laura Moreno for a new article on food waste. Check out what Laura had to say and learn what small adjustments might help you reduce your own food waste!
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ERGBerkeley Apr 18
Another ERGie was featured on the Goldman School of Public Policy's Talk Policy to Me podcast - this time Professor Dan Kammen! This edition is the second part of Talk Policy to Me's carbon...
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ERGBerkeley Apr 16
Read about ERG faculty Isha Ray and PhD candidate Chris Hyun's recent studies that analyze the underperformance of NextDrop, a water access alert system implemented in Bangalore, India.
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ERGBerkeley Apr 13
Earn a minor or certificate in Sustainability at UC Berkeley in just one summer! Learn more about the program here:
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ERGBerkeley Apr 11
Tomorrow is the 25th Annual Lecture on Energy and Environment! ERG is pleased to present Thomas Lovejoy, Senior Fellow at the United Nations Foundation and University Professor in the Department of...
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ERGBerkeley Apr 10
Listen to ERGie Chris Jones (MS '05, PhD '14) discuss how individual Americans can reduce their carbon footprint in this recent edition of the Berkeley Talks podcast. Calculate your own carbon...
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ERGBerkeley Apr 9
Congratulations to Professor John Harte and alum Scott Saleska (PhD '98) who have been announced as 2019 Fellows of the Ecological Society of America!
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ERGBerkeley Apr 8
Listen to MS/MPP student Christian Miller talk about his experiences at ERG in our latest Student Spotlight! Christian's full interview can be read on his ERG profile here:
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