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A study led by campus co-director of the Climate Impact Lab Solomon Hsiang predicts that, without further intervention, global mortality rates resulting from climate change could reach the average mortality rate of all infectious diseases combined by 2100.
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A study led by campus co-director of the Climate Impact Lab Solomon Hsiang predicts that, without further intervention, global mortality rates resulting from climate change could reach the average mortality rate of all infectious diseases combined by 2100.
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The study examined suicide rates and social media posts during hotter periods and concluded that an additional 21,000 suicides might occur in the United States and Mexico by 2050 as a result of temperature increases over the next few decades.
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The study examined suicide rates and social media posts during hotter periods and concluded that an additional 21,000 suicides might occur in the United States and Mexico by 2050 as a result of temperature increases over the next few decades.
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A widening wealth gap, an overheated Central Valley and rising violent crime are at stake in California as the planet warms up, according to a recent study by campus researchers.
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A widening wealth gap, an overheated Central Valley and rising violent crime are at stake in California as the planet warms up, according to a recent study by campus researchers.
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Tamma Carleton, a Ph.D. candidate in agricultural and resource economics, and Solomon Hsiang, chancellor's associate professor of public policy, published a review of more than 100 studies – which focused on the economic and social impacts of climate change – in Science last week.
Tamma Carleton, a Ph.D. candidate in agricultural and resource economics, and Solomon Hsiang, chancellor's associate professor of public policy, published a review of more than 100 studies – which focused on the economic and social impacts of climate change – in Science last week.
Two researchers, including campus associate professor of public policy Solomon Hsiang, published a study June 9 that found that climate change characterized by a temperature increase of two degrees Celsius can cause species in the Tropics to migrate a significant distance to areas that have cooler temperatures.
Two researchers, including campus associate professor of public policy Solomon Hsiang, published a study June 9 that found that climate change characterized by a temperature increase of two degrees Celsius can cause species in the Tropics to migrate a significant distance to areas that have cooler temperatures.
A study published Tuesday by UC Berkeley professors concluded that unmitigated climate change will reduce the average person’s income by 23 percent and increase the global inequality gap by 2100.
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A study published Tuesday by UC Berkeley professors concluded that unmitigated climate change will reduce the average person’s income by 23 percent and increase the global inequality gap by 2100.
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An interdisciplinary group of UC Berkeley researchers suggested a new strategy for building effective coalitions to mitigate climate change, in a study presented in Science earlier this month.
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An interdisciplinary group of UC Berkeley researchers suggested a new strategy for building effective coalitions to mitigate climate change, in a study presented in Science earlier this month.
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Researchers, including one from UC Berkeley, published a recent study on how environmental catastrophes affect countries’ long-run economic growth.
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Researchers, including one from UC Berkeley, published a recent study on how environmental catastrophes affect countries’ long-run economic growth.
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A report, co-led by a campus professor and released on Tuesday, intends to advise businesses on investment prospects in the face of climate changes.
A report, co-led by a campus professor and released on Tuesday, intends to advise businesses on investment prospects in the face of climate changes.
Solomon Hsiang, an assistant professor of public policy at UC Berkeley, received the first Science for Solutions Award from the American Geophysical Union in late July for his significant contributions in the use and application of Earth and space sciences to solve social problems.
Solomon Hsiang, an assistant professor of public policy at UC Berkeley, received the first Science for Solutions Award from the American Geophysical Union in late July for his significant contributions in the use and application of Earth and space sciences to solve social problems.