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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 02, 2023

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With the blooming of flowers this spring, next time you see bees in the process of pollination you can now think of their great benefits to the natural world. Without honeybees, agriculture — the glue that holds our society together — may face declining productivity, which would cause detrimental global ripple effects.
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With the blooming of flowers this spring, next time you see bees in the process of pollination you can now think of their great benefits to the natural world. Without honeybees, agriculture — the glue that holds our society together — may face declining productivity, which would cause detrimental global ripple effects.
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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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A study from UC Berkeley researchers and the United States Forest Service details the damages from extreme weather and effects on the state’s unique wildlife. 
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A study from UC Berkeley researchers and the United States Forest Service details the damages from extreme weather and effects on the state’s unique wildlife. 
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By combining forces between our student community members and those of us who call Berkeley and the East Bay home, we can take responsibility and make an impact. Together, the daunting task of overcoming extreme, regular droughts becomes more attainable.
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By combining forces between our student community members and those of us who call Berkeley and the East Bay home, we can take responsibility and make an impact. Together, the daunting task of overcoming extreme, regular droughts becomes more attainable.
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For most activities and tasks, there are sustainable alternatives and environmentally conscious ways of going about them.
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For most activities and tasks, there are sustainable alternatives and environmentally conscious ways of going about them.
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My sense of closeness with animals and wildlife has changed dramatically as I have grown up, but I feel as though my guiding principles have just matured, becoming updated versions of what they once were.
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My sense of closeness with animals and wildlife has changed dramatically as I have grown up, but I feel as though my guiding principles have just matured, becoming updated versions of what they once were.
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After 40 years in the National Park Service, or NPS, Jonathan Jarvis will now take the position of executive director for UC Berkeley’s Institute for Parks, People, and Biodiversity.
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After 40 years in the National Park Service, or NPS, Jonathan Jarvis will now take the position of executive director for UC Berkeley’s Institute for Parks, People, and Biodiversity.
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