Short profiles and contact info for 300+ individuals and 50 organizations working on climate at Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. To get your work on the Map or edit your entry – email info to email@example.com.
HEAT HEALTH CLIMATE Workshop — March 17 in Blum Hall
Here is the draft memo on NEXT STEPS for this exciting new Bay Area working group on heat, health and climate. Earlier this year BCCN and Berkeley Law’s CLEE, with funding from the School of Public Health, brought 30+ Berkeley/LBL researchers and 30+ Bay Area heat/health/climate practitioners together to inspire and inform on strategies for a more heat resilient Bay Area. The half-day workshop in Blum Hall was the first step in a larger Bay Area initiative on heat/health projects and research studies. The slide deck, including lightning presentations by 14 participants, is here. The 10-page handout on projects and research studies is here. The agenda is here and the list of attendees with contact info is here. Questions? email firstname.lastname@example.org
Resources for Community-Engaged Research
BCCN and key faculty are compiling print and electronic resources to help advance and enhance community-engaged research for climate and energy issues. Models, guidelines, case studies and more! And please, add resources to this living document. Open Google Doc.
Berkeley Institute and Center Leaders Network — A special network for you!
This special network brings together leaders of institutes and centers working on climate to discuss common Berkeley barriers and solutions, form teams for proposals and provide input to campus leaders on Berkeley’s climate future. See the network roster and email email@example.com to join. (This used to be called the Environmental Change Research Network (ECRN).
Berkeley Carbon Removal Network
40+ researchers on campus and up the hill at Berkeley Lab who are designing solutions for carbon removal and sequestration. The network includes people working on all facets of CDR including direct air capture, enhanced weathering, waste biomass conversion, carbon management on natural and working lands, and ocean carbon strategies. See the roster here.