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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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A working paper by UC Berkeley faculty and graduates of the Energy and Resources Group, or ERG, suggested that Northern California will need to accelerate its current electric distribution infrastructure upgrades to meet the state’s clean energy goals and rising demand for heating electrification and electric vehicle, or EV, adoption.
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A working paper by UC Berkeley faculty and graduates of the Energy and Resources Group, or ERG, suggested that Northern California will need to accelerate its current electric distribution infrastructure upgrades to meet the state’s clean energy goals and rising demand for heating electrification and electric vehicle, or EV, adoption.
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UC Berkeley researchers in the Energy and Resources Group, or ERG, released a study Sept. 13 showing that electrical grid limitations could exacerbate existing racial inequities in California.
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UC Berkeley researchers in the Energy and Resources Group, or ERG, released a study Sept. 13 showing that electrical grid limitations could exacerbate existing racial inequities in California.
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At the start of the pandemic, as cities implemented lockdowns, there were dramatic reductions in air pollution and carbon emissions due to the closing of transportation and manufacturing, according to Alastair Iles, campus associate professor of environmental policy and societal change.
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At the start of the pandemic, as cities implemented lockdowns, there were dramatic reductions in air pollution and carbon emissions due to the closing of transportation and manufacturing, according to Alastair Iles, campus associate professor of environmental policy and societal change.
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A new report from UC Berkeley’s Center for Environmental Public Policy shows that the United States can achieve 90% clean electricity by 2035.
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A new report from UC Berkeley’s Center for Environmental Public Policy shows that the United States can achieve 90% clean electricity by 2035.
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Led by David Ackerly, dean of the Rausser College of Natural Resources, campus environmental experts discussed the intersection of COVID-19, climate change and challenges to global sustainability in an installment of UC Berkeley's ongoing online conversation series about the pandemic.
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Led by David Ackerly, dean of the Rausser College of Natural Resources, campus environmental experts discussed the intersection of COVID-19, climate change and challenges to global sustainability in an installment of UC Berkeley's ongoing online conversation series about the pandemic.
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Climate and public policy experts from across the country, including UC Berkeley professor Daniel Kammen, are calling for a $2 trillion Green Stimulus to rebuild the U.S. economy following the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Climate and public policy experts from across the country, including UC Berkeley professor Daniel Kammen, are calling for a $2 trillion Green Stimulus to rebuild the U.S. economy following the COVID-19 pandemic.
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In a paper published in December 2019, researchers examine the impact of Germany’s shift away from nuclear energy toward coal plants between 2011 and 2017.
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In a paper published in December 2019, researchers examine the impact of Germany’s shift away from nuclear energy toward coal plants between 2011 and 2017.
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A recent study co-authored by a UC Berkeley professor shows that the scope of possibly mitigating climate change is wider than previous models suggested.
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A recent study co-authored by a UC Berkeley professor shows that the scope of possibly mitigating climate change is wider than previous models suggested.
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A widening wealth gap, an overheated Central Valley and rising violent crime are at stake in California as the planet warms up, according to a recent study by campus researchers.
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A widening wealth gap, an overheated Central Valley and rising violent crime are at stake in California as the planet warms up, according to a recent study by campus researchers.
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Many campus professors fear that potential cuts could harm present and future research or mean fewer available research positions for graduate students.
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Many campus professors fear that potential cuts could harm present and future research or mean fewer available research positions for graduate students.
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