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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Chrissa Olson

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Although accommodations can make academic life much easier for disabled students, the process of receiving them often does not. 
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Although accommodations can make academic life much easier for disabled students, the process of receiving them often does not. 
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By analyzing the change in forest cover between 1985 and 2019, researchers found that forest cover change was 0.77 percent points higher each year for Indigenous tenured lands compared with those without tenure, signaling a steady decrease in deforestation after tenure.
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By analyzing the change in forest cover between 1985 and 2019, researchers found that forest cover change was 0.77 percent points higher each year for Indigenous tenured lands compared with those without tenure, signaling a steady decrease in deforestation after tenure.
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Combining an online platform with a theoretical model, research from the UC Berkeley department of environment science, policy and management shows that cooperation toward a shared goal between individuals in a community can lead to the sustainable use of a “common-pool resource,” a resource that is available to all despite its inherent scarcity. 
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Combining an online platform with a theoretical model, research from the UC Berkeley department of environment science, policy and management shows that cooperation toward a shared goal between individuals in a community can lead to the sustainable use of a “common-pool resource,” a resource that is available to all despite its inherent scarcity. 
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I rarely make bucket lists, but going into this year, it feels right. So here’s the honorable mentions from my long list of all the things I want to do this year.
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I rarely make bucket lists, but going into this year, it feels right. So here’s the honorable mentions from my long list of all the things I want to do this year.
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The carbon pricing oracle will allow companies to set an internal price for their social cost of carbon by accounting for social aspects, policy scenarios and economic factors, among other factors.
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The carbon pricing oracle will allow companies to set an internal price for their social cost of carbon by accounting for social aspects, policy scenarios and economic factors, among other factors.
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The University of California Board of Regents met Thursday for a third day of meetings to discuss a multiyear supplemental tuition plan and student athlete mental health.
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The University of California Board of Regents met Thursday for a third day of meetings to discuss a multiyear supplemental tuition plan and student athlete mental health.
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Due to intense winter storms that led to 20 deaths and the forced evacuation of tens of thousands of California residents, Biden approved a Presidential California Emergency Declaration on Jan. 8, according to a press release from Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office.
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Due to intense winter storms that led to 20 deaths and the forced evacuation of tens of thousands of California residents, Biden approved a Presidential California Emergency Declaration on Jan. 8, according to a press release from Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office.
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The First District Court of Appeal released a tentative decision Dec. 22 regarding the lawsuit filed by Make UC a Good Neighbor against the UC Board of Regents’ Environmental Impact Report for long range developments and student housing on People’s Park.
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The First District Court of Appeal released a tentative decision Dec. 22 regarding the lawsuit filed by Make UC a Good Neighbor against the UC Board of Regents’ Environmental Impact Report for long range developments and student housing on People’s Park.
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People’s Park has been a point of controversy within the Berkeley community as campus seeks to build housing on the park, while activists work to preserve it. But currently, the park is “chaos,” according to Nicholas Alexander, a resource coordinator who helps run the kitchen in the park.
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People’s Park has been a point of controversy within the Berkeley community as campus seeks to build housing on the park, while activists work to preserve it. But currently, the park is “chaos,” according to Nicholas Alexander, a resource coordinator who helps run the kitchen in the park.
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In its 27th year of production, Street Spirit continues to stand out as a far-from-ordinary source of news and advocacy in the East Bay. The paper is written entirely by and for unhoused people and their advocates, allowing those affected by poverty and houselessness to report on issues important to them.
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In its 27th year of production, Street Spirit continues to stand out as a far-from-ordinary source of news and advocacy in the East Bay. The paper is written entirely by and for unhoused people and their advocates, allowing those affected by poverty and houselessness to report on issues important to them.
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