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Professor David Cocker with student Bethany Warren in the UC Riverside Bourns College of Engineering, Center for Environmental Research & Technology Atmospheric Processes Laboratory

UC announces $15M in climate-focused innovation awards

The awards are part of a historic $185M partnership between UC and the state of California to tackle the climate crisis.

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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.

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Connect with colleagues at OPSA engagement meeting and virtual bingo

OPSA members invite all colleagues to join them at two fun events this week to connect with UCOP and systemwide staff.


Learn sustainable gift wrap tips from SERG

Discover how to choose and create sustainable gift wrap at an in-person and virtual DIY workshop and celebration.

Learn DIY gift wrap tips at the SERG hybrid holiday party

Learn how to choose and create sustainable gift wrap at in-person and virtual DIY workshops and celebrations.

Share your feedback on proposed updates to the Presidential Policy on Sustainable Practices

Read the proposed policy adjustments and share your feedback.

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UC leaders provide insights at global climate summit

Dozens of students, staff and faculty from across UC are also participating at COP27 — in person and virtually — to share their expertise with a global audience

UCOP makes sustainable upgrades to the Oakland Franklin building

The innovative changes optimize 1111 Franklin’s HVAC system and save energy.

Jay Lund, Ph.D.

The UC Center Sacramento explores the future of water in California

Jay Lund, Ph.D., of UC Davis will explain the history of water in California and what we can expect due to future projections.

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New Fig. 1 video: Heat waves aren’t going away

They’re getting hotter and more dangerous instead. By mid-century, triple-digit temperatures could be the norm during a third of the year in some California cities.

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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.