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SERG marks Earth Month with Oakland, UCPath and virtual events

Get tips for reducing waste, swap crops and plants, get a plant starter kit and compostable coffee grounds or check out the Oakland rooftop garden.

Jazmin Nevarez Campos, undergraduate researcher at UC Merced

How UC students are turning climate anxiety into action

Through the Bonnie Reiss Climate Action Fellowship, students at every UC location do climate research, organize peers to take action and develop practical solutions to climate challenges.

UC Travel explores sustainability at UC

This Thursday, April 11, UC Travel will host a special event featuring UCOP Associate Director of Sustainability Ryan Bell.

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Plans for water equity in a warming world

Researchers are exploring ways to distribute California surface water more equitably among agriculture, cities and unincorporated communities, and the environment.

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UC Travel to host sustainability-focused “lunch flyover” events throughout April

Learn how UC Travel and its partners are working to enhance sustainability throughout the travel industry.

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Explore sustainable food systems in new ANR webinar series

Join the UC ANR Sustainable Food Systems Strategic Initiative Panel for a free, two-part webinar series on emerging issues within the food system.

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How three UC campuses are phasing out fossil fuels

Learn how UC Santa Cruz, UC Davis and UC Berkeley are leading UC's green transition.

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UC Health receives global recognition for climate change and resiliency leadership

Five University of California academic health centers have been honored for their ongoing efforts to address climate change and strengthen resiliency.

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Renewable, clean hydrogen power is coming to California

By swapping diesel combustion engines for zero-pollution fuel cells, Californians will save nearly $3 billion in health care and related costs annually.

Remember to sign up for next year’s benefits during Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment ends on Friday, Nov. 17, at 5 p.m. Check your benefits today!

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UC awards more than $80 million in state-funded grants to spur climate action

The innovations catalyzed by the Climate Action awards will make all of our communities safer, more sustainable, and more resilient.