Educational Program

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Environmental Leadership Program (ELP)

Berkeley, offers a unique learning opportunity for mid-career environmental professionals and decision-makers to gain expertise, enhance skills and broaden perspectives on environmental and natural resource management and leadership. Established in August 2000 with seed funding from UC Berkeley alumni Carolyn and Richard Beahrs, the ELP offers an annual 3-week summer certificate course in Sustainable Environmental Management at UC Berkeley, and coordinates an active and growing Alumni Network.

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Energy and Resources Group

The Energy and Resources Group (ERG) is an interdisciplinary academic unit of the University of California, Berkeley. Our mission is to develop, transmit and apply critical knowledge to enable a future in which human material needs and a healthy environment are mutually and sustainably satisfied. We pursue our mission through education, research, and service. Established in 1973, ERG offers programs of study in Energy and Resources for graduate students leading to MA, MS, and PhD degrees. We also offer an undergraduate minor.

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Global Health and Environment

The Global Health and Environment Program (GHE) is a unique, interdisciplinary, campus-wide Master of Science program to train students to undertake careers directed toward improving the lives of people in developing countries through understanding the environmental risk factors that affect their health and how to reduce the impact of these factors. In addition to studying traditional environmental risk factors, such as water and air pollution, students will learn about large-scale and emerging environmental risks, such as climate change.

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