More than 30 UC Berkeley researchers, faculty members and graduate students are currently representing the university at the United Nation’s annual Climate Change Conference, including Associate Vice Chancellor of Art and Design Shannon Jackson who reported on her experiences at the summit and the connection to art practice here. Read more about the conference from Berkeley News and the Daily Californian below.
Filipino American poet Isabella Avila Borgeson, a recent UC Berkeley graduate in ethnic studies, is one of four spoken word artists chosen to perform in conjunction with climate talks now going on in Paris.
I think he’ll be to RomeAs is the osprey to the fish, who takes itBy sovereignty of nature. Coriolanus, Act 4, Scene 5 I went running today (December 12, 2015) in New York in 65° climate-changed weather.
One contender for winning "Climate Games," an action-adventure competition for the best artistic-activist civil disobedience unleashed during COP21, the UN-organized climate change conference in Paris, is surely "Operation Vivaldi" by the Zoological Ensemble for the Liberation of Nature (their Fren
Campus graduate student Ian Bolliger is designing small solar-powered houses of less than 400 square feet with approximately 20 other UC Berkeley students.
UC Berkeley and Berkeley Lab are partnering with Tsinghua University in Beijing to form the Berkeley Tsinghua Joint Research Center on Energy and Climate Change, a center that aims to develop scientifically based clean energy solutions.
As the 2015 U.N. Climate Change Conference convenes on the outskirts of Paris today, many organizations and individuals committed to environmental advocacy will hold related events in the French capital.
Valeri Vasquez is a graduate student with UC Berkeley’s Energy and Resources Group. She is taking time off from her graduate work to spend time is Paris, acting as counselor to the co-chair of the United Nations climate negotiations, Daniel Reifsnyder.
As part of its mission, UC Berkeley’s Center for Law, Energy and the Environment makes policy recommendations — based on consultation with business and government leaders — to help California meet its ambitious climate goals while growing its economy.