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.

UC Santa Barbara rugged beauty

'All this rugged beauty'

Journey into the UC Santa Barbara Nature Reserves as the nation marks the National Park System centennial.

Rio Olympics

Warming world may put most cities off-limits for summer Olympics

Scientists project only three cities in North America could host the games by 2085.

Five Points Solar Farm

Largest university solar power project pushes UC toward carbon neutrality

New installation in Fresno County will supply roughly 14 percent of UC's total electricity usage.

UC San Diego reef sharks

Why sharks need a new soundtrack

Scary sharks may be box-office hits, but a study shows ominous music could be harming conservation efforts.

UC Davis nitrogen

How California can balance nitrogen's benefits and harm

First-of-its-kind UC Davis study of nitrate pollution offers path to reconcile agriculture and the environment.

Capuchin monkey UCLA

15 national treasures and the UCLA scientists working to save them

Experts from a variety of fields are developing new knowledge to help save these creatures.

UC Davis ozone pollution

10 powerful climate change insights for improving the planet

UC Davis research could solve pressing issues in health, economics and sustainability.

Conference particpants got out into the fields of local farms and ranches including the UC Santa Cruz Farm.

National conference marks 10 years of growth in sustainable agriculture education

UC Santa Cruz hosts meeting of sustainable ag educators with focus on 'The Ecology of Food Systems.'

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