A team of UC Berkeley researchers demystifies a growing segment of the carbon credit market and advises how to meet emission reduction goals.
The winning projects will use IT to address challenges in aviation, climate resilience and sustainability, digital health, and semiconductors and systems.
The CITRIS PI and UC Davis biological and agricultural engineer harnesses robotic and automated technology to optimize designs, systems and processes in agriculture and beyond.
A search for reliable carbon offsets reveals that directly cutting emissions is necessary to progress toward carbon neutrality.
AI-optimized microgrids could provide communities with reliable electricity more quickly after a power outage.
The watchdog organization’s assessment provides evidence that emissions inventories are frequently misleading.
The winning project — an affordable, innovative net-zero house — was advised by professor Sue Carter and largely student built.
To address fossil fuel dependency in the housing sector, the project is focusing on large scale retrofitting of existing homes.
Researchers receive grants of up to $40,000 to develop information technology solutions to pressing climate issues.
The second internship cohort a summer working with novel research, developing high-demand skills and gaining insight into unexpected career paths.
A recent report led by Barbara Haya and team found these projects to be unfounded in their claims to mitigate climate change.
CITRIS principal investigators will use the funding to fuel a variety of projects aimed at achieving California’s climate goals.
UC Davis’s Zhaodan Kong plans to speed up wildfire detection with his integrated UAV and sensor technology systems.
Principal investigators from UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz are invited to submit proposals for 2023 CITRIS Seed Awards.
The project will be led by CITRIS PI Stacy Philpott, and CIDER Director Becca Fenwick will serve as a co-director.
CITRIS Climate Director Michele Barbato has been honored for his advancements in earthen construction by the UC Davis Office of Research.
The CITRIS PI and UC Merced professor and development engineer blends traditional research techniques with improvements in technology and analytical methods to design more sustainable food, energy and water systems.
Undergraduates from four UC campuses have embarked on paid summer internships at startups, established companies, national and university labs, and nonprofit organizations.
The California Institute for Energy and Environment (CIEE) has announced a new solicitation to fund a suite of research products.
UC Davis professors Valeria La Saponara and Michele Barbato are working to create ecologically sound wind turbine blades from bamboo and mycelium.
CITRIS PI Gil Tal calls plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, or PHEVs, a gateway to electric vehicle usage.
By supporting interdisciplinary work and seeding multicampus projects, CITRIS helps to keep the University of California at the forefront of climate mitigation and adaptation efforts.
The CITRIS Foundry welcomes five teams advancing IT solutions in medical diagnostics, wildfire detection, AI applications and more