BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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The Supreme Court sided with West Virginia in West Virginia v. EPA on Thursday, stating that the EPA overstepped in its interpretation of the Clean Air Act.
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The Supreme Court sided with West Virginia in West Virginia v. EPA on Thursday, stating that the EPA overstepped in its interpretation of the Clean Air Act.
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Buses are the linchpin to ensuring that we stop global warming, stop rising inequality and get people where they need to go safely.
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Buses are the linchpin to ensuring that we stop global warming, stop rising inequality and get people where they need to go safely.
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As wildfires continue to ravage California in what has become a record-breaking wildfire season, Bay Area air quality has decreased as a result.
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As wildfires continue to ravage California in what has become a record-breaking wildfire season, Bay Area air quality has decreased as a result.
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A group of campus graduate students in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering received a $25,000 federal grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to develop technology that removes arsenic from California drinking water.
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A group of campus graduate students in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering received a $25,000 federal grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to develop technology that removes arsenic from California drinking water.
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Staying politically informed is necessary, regardless of which party you adhere to. Here's where the two 2020 Republican presidential candidates stand on climate change.
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Staying politically informed is necessary, regardless of which party you adhere to. Here's where the two 2020 Republican presidential candidates stand on climate change.
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UC Berkeley researchers participated in a recent study that found there is an association between ozone — an air pollutant that forms when pollution from cars, power plants and refineries react to sunlight — exposure and increased severity of asthma symptoms.
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UC Berkeley researchers participated in a recent study that found there is an association between ozone — an air pollutant that forms when pollution from cars, power plants and refineries react to sunlight — exposure and increased severity of asthma symptoms.
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Energy companies should not have a seat at the environmental table. For them, profit comes before the environment’s well-being.
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Energy companies should not have a seat at the environmental table. For them, profit comes before the environment’s well-being.
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UC Berkeley alumna and former Cal beach volleyball player Mackenzie Feldman and her former teammate and campus junior Bridget Gustafson spoke out against the use of glyphosate-based herbicides on campus in fall 2017. Almost two years later, on May 14, UC President Janet Napolitano issued a temporary suspension, with several exceptions, on the use of glyphosate-based herbicides at all UC locations because of health concerns and ecological hazards.
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UC Berkeley alumna and former Cal beach volleyball player Mackenzie Feldman and her former teammate and campus junior Bridget Gustafson spoke out against the use of glyphosate-based herbicides on campus in fall 2017. Almost two years later, on May 14, UC President Janet Napolitano issued a temporary suspension, with several exceptions, on the use of glyphosate-based herbicides at all UC locations because of health concerns and ecological hazards.
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