Bren School of Environmental Science & Management

  • Researchers conduct first global assessment of the lifecycle of greenhouse gas emissions from plastics

  • Climate change is shifting productivity of fisheries worldwide

  • Strategies for growing biomass for fuel can have ecological and environmental benefits

  • Researchers see a wealth of potential for aquaculture in the Caribbean

  • National Geographic Awards geographer Kelly Caylor an ‘AI for Earth Innovation’ grant

  • The California Coastal Act increases property values, according to Bren School research

  • Global market for ecosystem services surges to $36 billion in annual transactions, says Bren School distinguished professsor

  • High-density farming could require less land and preserve more natural habitat, says Bren scholar

  • The 2017 commencement ceremony at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management was whimsical yet inspiring

  • National coalition aims to drive down the cost and energy used in recycling and remanufacturing materials

  • The UC Global Health Institute establishes a Center of Expertise on Planetary Health at UCSB and UC Davis

  • Tom Steyer

    Bren graduates are equipped to “solve the world’s most important moral challenge of our lifetime,” according to speaker Tom Steyer

  • UCSB Bren School of Environmental Science & Management presents Master’s Project public presentation event

  • Researchers from UCSB and other leading institutions around the world call for balancing seabed mining and ecosystem protection

  • researchers in the data component

    Researchers receive funding to deploy a new way to measure groundwater use and to help deal with the state’s water crisis

  • David Tilman, professor at UC Santa Barbara’s Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, has received the BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award in the Ecology and Conservation Biology category in recognition of his long-term...

  • Rankings acknowledge both UCSB’s stature as a top-tier research institution and its commitment to academic excellence

  • A Bren School faculty panel to discuss water and the effects of drought in California

  • UCSB Library hydration stations

    More than $184,000 is granted to 14 planned projects meant to bolster sustainability and greening efforts across campus

  • Researchers offer a bold approach to reversing declines in wild fish populations in international waters around the world

  • For the first time in “UCSB Reads” history, people outside the Santa Barbara area will have an opportunity to hear — and chat with — the program’s featured author. From noon to 1 p.m.

  • UCSB Reads continues through winter quarter with a series of events that includes book discussions, faculty panels, and featured speakers at UC Santa Barbara and at public libraries in Santa Barbara and Montecito.

  • 'UCSB Reads' engages the campus and community in conversations about issues of significant local and national interest, including conservation, wildfire management and the politics of environmentalism.

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