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Climate resilience projects take root across California

The University of California will award $100M in climate action grants this year to help communities across the state meet the challenges of climate change.


UC awards $16.4M in grants to address climate change, health inequities

The MRPI grant program fuels discoveries in areas that are critical to the lives of Californians and the future of the state.


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UC announces $80 million grant program for climate action

As part of a historic partnership between UC and the state of California to combat climate change, UC will award $80 million in research grants across the state.


The UC Center Sacramento focuses on extreme heat

Join the UC Center Sacramento for an investigation into climate-related heat and how Californians can adapt.


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More evidence that California weather is trending toward extremes

Patterns associated with wildfires are increasing in frequency, while those linked to “normal” rainfall are decreasing.


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What to know about the Supreme Court’s ruling against the EPA

UCLA experts described the ruling as a “power grab” in a case that, under other circumstances, the court previously would have declined to even hear.


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Show your support for climate-focused research

Join the UC Advocacy Network in encouraging state lawmakers to support funding for climate-focused research, as outlined in Gov. Newsom’s budget proposal.


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UC awards $20M in research grants to fund climate goals and more

On Jan. 18, UC announced the award of $20M in grants to faculty and researchers across its 10-campus system, with more than half the funds going toward projects that can help California meet its climate goals.


Charlas de Café: Michael Mendez, Ph. D.

Join the Latino Staff Association (LaSA) for the next event in its Charlas de Café series, featuring Michael Mendez, Ph.D., assistant professor of environmental policy and planning and visiting scientist at the National Center for


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UC and the Biden administration will partner to address the climate crisis

UC welcomes a stronger partnership with the federal government to embark on a new period of innovation and discovery in regards to addressing the climate crisis.