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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustment Board, or ZAB, approved land use plans for the construction of two research and development buildings and two parking structures at Bolivar Drive and Aquatic Park Path on May 27.
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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustment Board, or ZAB, approved land use plans for the construction of two research and development buildings and two parking structures at Bolivar Drive and Aquatic Park Path on May 27.
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At its virtual meeting Wednesday, the UC Board of Regents discussed allocations of state general funds and sustainable practices.
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At its virtual meeting Wednesday, the UC Board of Regents discussed allocations of state general funds and sustainable practices.
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With lab spaces taking up 25% of campus buildings, mitigating the negative environmental impacts of research in labs is a necessary step to achieving some of campus's long-term sustainability goals.
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With lab spaces taking up 25% of campus buildings, mitigating the negative environmental impacts of research in labs is a necessary step to achieving some of campus's long-term sustainability goals.
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Berkeley Way West was built to house the three departments that were displaced — the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, the psychology department and the Graduate School of Education.
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Berkeley Way West was built to house the three departments that were displaced — the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, the psychology department and the Graduate School of Education.
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The Chou Hall Zero Waste Initiative began in November 2016 with the goal of earning U.S. Green Building Council certification by the end of this year.
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The Chou Hall Zero Waste Initiative began in November 2016 with the goal of earning U.S. Green Building Council certification by the end of this year.
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The U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Challenge recognized UC Berkeley for leading in energy efficiency, with representatives touring the notably sustainable Jacobs Hall on Tuesday.
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The U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Challenge recognized UC Berkeley for leading in energy efficiency, with representatives touring the notably sustainable Jacobs Hall on Tuesday.
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Two Berkeley buildings were selected to receive national awards as two among 10 buildings recognized for their design and sustainability Friday.
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Two Berkeley buildings were selected to receive national awards as two among 10 buildings recognized for their design and sustainability Friday.
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Measure R, which would have expanded and implemented more stringent regulations for Downtown buildings and created a Civic Center zoning overlay to protect historic parks and buildings, failed to pass Wednesday with 73.87 percent of Berkeley residents voting against the measure.
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Measure R, which would have expanded and implemented more stringent regulations for Downtown buildings and created a Civic Center zoning overlay to protect historic parks and buildings, failed to pass Wednesday with 73.87 percent of Berkeley residents voting against the measure.
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