Five University of California academic health centers have been honored for their ongoing efforts to address climate change and strengthen resiliency.
Arianne Teherani, founding co-director of the UC Center for Climate, Health and Equity, shares why it's so important for climate change to be recognized as a global health emergency.
UC recently convened a historic forum in Sacramento on nearly $100 million in California climate action projects.
Using $80M in state funds, we're administering two-year climate resilience projects in every part of California, tackling wildfire, water, health, biodiversity, sea level rise, clean energy and disaster response.
The innovations catalyzed by the Climate Action awards will make all of our communities safer, more sustainable, and more resilient.
New goals that prioritize direct emission reductions, limit the use of carbon offsets and align UC’s climate goals with those of the state of California.
Arianne Teherani and Sapna Thottathil created a blog about their experience attending the UN Climate Change Convention in Bonn, Germany.
Join SERG for an Earth Week event celebrating UC research and insights into water in California.
The awards are part of a historic $185M partnership between UC and the state of California to tackle the climate crisis.
Pascal Polonik and Reem Zaiour will discuss air quality equity in U.S. climate policy and DACA under the Trump administration.
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.