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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


UC SD Solar Chill Statue

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.


UC announces its 2021 Startup Innovation Challenge winners

Two UC-affiliated companies that focus on climate change solutions have won the 2021 UC Startup Innovation Challenge.


Tuesday: Join a TEDxUNEP conversation on climate change with President Drake

On Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020, members of the UC community are invited to attend a virtual conversation on higher education and climate change.


UC celebrates universities’ leadership on climate change

President Napolitano championed universities’ sustainability commitments during the 2019 Higher Education Climate Leadership Summit in Tempe, Arizona.