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Imagining environmental justice

November 15, 2017
In a new book, UC Santa Barbara sociologist David Pellow explores the interconnected nature of humans, nonhumans and ecosystems.

Making mosquitoes self-destruct

November 15, 2017
UC Riverside researchers are generating genetically engineered insects to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

Human health as a cost benefit

November 8, 2017
Human ecologist David Cleveland of UC Santa Barbara presents a case for thinking in broader terms when estimating the cost of greenhouse gas emission mitigation programs.

Scientists identify hotspots of coastal risks in Latin America and the Caribbean

November 8, 2017
500,000 people are at high risk from coastal hazards, according to a new study by researchers at UC Santa Cruz.

From wildlife to humans with the PREDICT project

October 25, 2017
UC Davis One Health Institute Director Tracey Goldstein discusses the PREDICT Project and its findings thus far.

Research honored at scholars symposium

October 11, 2017
UCGHI co-director, Patricia Conrad, DMV, PhD honored at the 18th annual National Veterinary Scholars Research Symposium.

Video: Rx One Health summer course

October 4, 2017
Sophie Charlton, a second year vet student at UC Davis, shares her experience working with the people and animals of Tanzania and Rwanda.

Scientists estimate death rates from air pollution caused by the impact of climate change

October 4, 2017
Lawrence Livermoore National Labratory scientists are working to understand the impact of climate change on human life. 

Scientists identify new hosts for Chagas Disease vectors

September 27, 2017
UC Riverside data will help impede the spread of Chagas Disease, which affects 8 million people worldwide.

Tick, tick, tick

September 14, 2017
UCSB study highlights how the synergy of wildlife loss and climate change can increase tick abundance and the risk of tick-borne disease.

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