Sue Carter, UC Santa Cruz

Why the climate change fight needs a new type of entrepreneur

Fighting climate change isn't just for scientists and politicians: entrepreneurs are going to play a critical role.

Can lasers make the internet faster?

Lasers could make the Internet faster – and cleaner

Tiny lasers could overcome the current speed limits on the Internet and lower the information revolution's carbon footprint, UC San Diego researchers say.

Poop to fuel

Will cars of the future run on poop?

How UCLA researchers are using protein waste, including manure, to make a new generation of renewable biofuels.

UC Irvine plastic waste

UC Irvine chemists help find way to recycle plastic waste into fuel

New method could see trash inexpensively recycled into other commodities.

Cheetah UC Santa Barbara

Will science find a way to save Earth’s top predators?

A UC Santa Barbara researcher wants to help slow-to-recover species flourish again.

UC San Diego vessel biofuel

Ship voyages on 100 percent renewable biofuel for 1 year

A UC San Diego research vessel realizes UC's commitment to sustainability over 14,400 nautical miles.

Scrub Jay UC Natural Reserve System

Rare scrub jay helps regrow oak forests

These Johnny Appleseeds are reversing ranching damage on Santa Cruz Island, UC scientists find.

G7 summit in Ise-Shima Japan

UC climate experts hail G7 agreement to address short-lived climate pollutants

Landmark decision by the world's industrial powers could significantly slow rate of global warming.

Startup connects local farmers with city dwellers

Farmcation, a new student startup, grew from a UC Berkeley innovation course called “Eat.Think.Design.”

Tom Steyer at UC Carbon Slam

Steyer: Students must lead on climate solutions. Students: We’re on it.

Students competing at the UC Carbon Slam event showed they have what it takes to tackle the biggest issue of the day.

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