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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 29, 2022

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Forests after a fire: How long does it take to recover?

Driving past a forest that is ravaged by a fire can often look like going through a scorched ghost town. The trees are charred black, leaves are nonexistent and no wildlife seems present. It is almost apocalyptic as you pass through, with all semblance of a once thriving ecosystem erased in a matter of minutes. 

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Thanksgiving has connotations of cornucopias, endless amounts of food and family time. Considering this, it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that the holiday has a large environmental impact.
Thanksgiving has connotations of cornucopias, endless amounts of food and family time. Considering this, it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that the holiday has a large environmental impact.
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As climate change is becoming more prominent in our day to day lives, we see it everywhere from the newspaper to TV and pop-culture. Inherently, the topic of climate change will be brought into the classroom anywhere from primary to secondary school because of its wide public attention.
As climate change is becoming more prominent in our day to day lives, we see it everywhere from the newspaper to TV and pop-culture. Inherently, the topic of climate change will be brought into the classroom anywhere from primary to secondary school because of its wide public attention.
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Water is so important to Berkeley, especially in these increasing periods of drought. I hope these rainy days persist, not only for the excuse to drink hot chocolate under a blanket, but to replenish, even just a little bit, the dry earth of the Bay Area.
Water is so important to Berkeley, especially in these increasing periods of drought. I hope these rainy days persist, not only for the excuse to drink hot chocolate under a blanket, but to replenish, even just a little bit, the dry earth of the Bay Area.
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Driving past a forest that is ravaged by a fire can often look like going through a scorched ghost town. The trees are charred black, leaves are nonexistent and no wildlife seems present. It is almost apocalyptic as you pass through, with all semblance of a once thriving ecosystem erased in a matter of minutes. 
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Driving past a forest that is ravaged by a fire can often look like going through a scorched ghost town. The trees are charred black, leaves are nonexistent and no wildlife seems present. It is almost apocalyptic as you pass through, with all semblance of a once thriving ecosystem erased in a matter of minutes. 
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Thanksgiving has connotations of cornucopias, endless amounts of food and family time. Considering this, it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that the holiday has a large environmental impact.
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Thanksgiving has connotations of cornucopias, endless amounts of food and family time. Considering this, it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that the holiday has a large environmental impact.
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As climate change is becoming more prominent in our day to day lives, we see it everywhere from the newspaper to TV and pop-culture. Inherently, the topic of climate change will be brought into the classroom anywhere from primary to secondary school because of its wide public attention.
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As climate change is becoming more prominent in our day to day lives, we see it everywhere from the newspaper to TV and pop-culture. Inherently, the topic of climate change will be brought into the classroom anywhere from primary to secondary school because of its wide public attention.
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Water is so important to Berkeley, especially in these increasing periods of drought. I hope these rainy days persist, not only for the excuse to drink hot chocolate under a blanket, but to replenish, even just a little bit, the dry earth of the Bay Area.
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Water is so important to Berkeley, especially in these increasing periods of drought. I hope these rainy days persist, not only for the excuse to drink hot chocolate under a blanket, but to replenish, even just a little bit, the dry earth of the Bay Area.
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When looking at conservation efforts like “Save Mount Diablo” we can see the immense growth over the decades in total conserved acreage and how this provides an extremely important refuge for native species.
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When looking at conservation efforts like “Save Mount Diablo” we can see the immense growth over the decades in total conserved acreage and how this provides an extremely important refuge for native species.
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Environmental artwork, which can range from all forms of visual art - painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography, filmmaking - provides a platform for the creation of a personal connection with the natural world.
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Environmental artwork, which can range from all forms of visual art - painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography, filmmaking - provides a platform for the creation of a personal connection with the natural world.
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Everyone has that one book that they couldn’t put down as a kid. The one that they would constantly reread and scour the pictures of cover to cover. For me, that book was actually a cookbook. Specifically, Fanny at Chez Panisse, a children's recipe guide written by Alice Waters, founder of the Berkeley restaurant Chez Panisse.
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Everyone has that one book that they couldn’t put down as a kid. The one that they would constantly reread and scour the pictures of cover to cover. For me, that book was actually a cookbook. Specifically, Fanny at Chez Panisse, a children's recipe guide written by Alice Waters, founder of the Berkeley restaurant Chez Panisse.
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If you love coffee, you may have noticed that many coffee shops charge extra for nondairy milk alternatives such as oat milk, almond milk and soy milk. For college students, this extra $1 that is oftentimes added to a roughly $6 latte in Berkeley can seem puzzling.
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If you love coffee, you may have noticed that many coffee shops charge extra for nondairy milk alternatives such as oat milk, almond milk and soy milk. For college students, this extra $1 that is oftentimes added to a roughly $6 latte in Berkeley can seem puzzling.
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As we are approaching winter sports season in California, many outdoor enthusiasts have already begun to notice the changing conditions of the snow and shortened seasons at their favorite ski resorts.
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As we are approaching winter sports season in California, many outdoor enthusiasts have already begun to notice the changing conditions of the snow and shortened seasons at their favorite ski resorts.
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Understanding the intricacies of environmental justice can seem like a daunting task, but it’s really just as simple as reading an entertaining book. Pick up one of these for your next read and who knows, maybe it’ll inspire you to pick up the fight against climate change.
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Understanding the intricacies of environmental justice can seem like a daunting task, but it’s really just as simple as reading an entertaining book. Pick up one of these for your next read and who knows, maybe it’ll inspire you to pick up the fight against climate change.
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