The Berkeley Institute of the Environment (BIE) is a university-wide initiative for expanding and coordinating University of California, Berkeley interdisciplinary research and educational activities in environmental scholarship. The goals of BIE are:
- Research - To create the best possible environment for faculty and students interested in the relationship of climate change to a sustainable society to launch interdisciplinary research.
- Scholarship - To train tomorrow's environmental citizens, leaders, and scholars by greening the UC Berkeley curriculum through added specializations and designated emphases on climate change and societal transformation.
- Partnership - To deepen and expand our collaborations with governments, National Labs, and industry at all scales to help build a resilient global economic system that can mitigate climate change and forge a sustainable society.
BIE projects are organized around three interconnected themes:
- Sustainable Communities - building environmental resilience at the local scales
- Environment and Society - understanding environmental function at regional scales
- Energy and Climate Change - evolving a carbon-free society at global scales
There are currently no publications in this series "Diversified Farming Systems".