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.

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.

Sustainable agriculture educators will gather at the UC Santa Cruz farm and other campus locations for the seventh national conference of the Sustainable Agriculture Education Association July 29-31.

Sustainable agriculture educators to gather at UC Santa Cruz

National conference focuses on practical aspects of teaching, learning about food systems, food justice.

Solar LED products in testing lab

Modern off-grid lighting could create 2 million new jobs in developing world

Moving away from polluting, fuel-based lighting isn't just good for the environment - it puts people to work

Fortino Morales III manages R’Garden, UC Riverside's 3-acre community garden.

30 Under 30: Community garden cultivates food justice

Global Food Initiative 30 Under 30 winner is raising awareness about food access.

UC Berkeley Beijing air pollution

Beijing’s air quality problem holds lessons for everyone

Controlling pollution in urban areas is not enough, UC Berkeley suggests — households must embrace clean energy, too.

flexible solar

The flexible, durable solar cell

UC San Diego nanoengineers bring an entrepreneurial bent to solar cell research.

UC Santa Barbara computer scientist Chandra Krintz is testing her SmartFarm technology at Sedgwick Reserve, pictured, among other locations in the region.

Farm aid

UC Santa Barbara Sustainability Champion moves closer to goal of enabling smarter farming through technology.

GFI 30 Under 30 school farm

Connecting farms to schools

Global Food Initiative 30 Under 30 winner teams with Ventura County farmer to launch school farm.

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.

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