Forbes recognizes UC Berkeley community members’ contributions to health, science

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Selected from a pool of 10,000 nominees, Laura Stachel and Jennifer Doudna were featured in the 2021 Forbes 50 Over 50 List, which recognized women above the age of 50 who had achieved significant success and demonstrated a “pay-it-forward” mindset.

Forbes 50 Over 50 list featured two members of the UC Berkeley community to recognize the impact of their work.
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Our environmentality

What on Earth

In this way, the environmental movement (aptly) is a grassroots one, fueled by broad public support. Science has spoken; now it’s our turn.
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Berkeley youth climate strike is a fight for our future

Over the past three months, I have worked with a myriad of people, organizations and communities, each one adding a new depth to why I fight and what climate action means to me. But at the end of the day, I fight for my little brother and the millions of other children who are born into a crisis. Their existence is a swirl of climate anxiety and trauma as they question whether they will be able to live a full life. 
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