Berkeley Food Institute co-founder Claire Kremen wins Volvo Environment Prize

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Claire Kremen’s work proposes the diversification of farmland to prevent the simplification of landscapes caused by large-scale agriculture.

Berkeley Food Institute, or BFI, co-founder Claire Kremen was awarded one of the most prestigious prizes in the scientific community for her research in resilient food systems, according to a BFI press release.
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Interview: Claire Kremen, conservation biologist

Claire Kremen knows her stuff. As a campus professor of environmental science, policy and management, head researcher at the Kremen Lab Group and seasoned conservation biologist, she brings her experiences in academia and beyond to the forefront of some of the most pressing environmental issues of our time. In a
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