Environmental Organizations at UC Berkeley

UC Berkeley has over 40 student run organizations related to environmental and sustainability work! Click here and check them out now!

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Trisha (she/her) is a rising junior majoring in environmental science and minoring in data science. She is interested in developing the relationships between natural resource management, policy and community building to build safer, more resilient communities. She grew up moving

Shreya is a third-year student majoring in Environmental Science and Geography with a minor in Data Science. Growing up in both the Bay Area and near the Bay of Bengal in India, she is grateful to have spent her childhood

Rona Lasam (they/she) is a Filipino-American and a sophomore at UC Berkeley. They are currently deciding their major as they explore their academic interests regarding economics, psychology, and politics. With Rona’s interest for sustainability and connecting with their queer identity,

Lydia is a second year studying Psychology and pursuing a Certificate in Design Innovation. Through researching climate psychology, she became interested in understanding the intersections between mental health and climate justice, such as eco-anxiety and ecological grief, in high-risk and

Lucy Park! Is a second-year majoring in Conservation and Resource Studies. She grew up half in the woods of Virginia, and half hopping around the Bay Area. Exploring these dramatically different environments and cultures kindled Lucy’s deep interests in rural/urban

Lara Zangana is a first year student from San Diego, CA. She is passionate about the interconnectedness of global issues and environmental impacts. This along with the effects of media and modern technology on society. Lara works towards learning more

Laila is a third year from Karachi, Pakistan studying Sustainable Environmental Design and minoring in City Planning. She is interested in decolonizing infrastructural spaces in Pakistan, the complex challenges of global warming and sustainability in cities, and the gendered politics

Kwabena is an incoming Energy and Resource Group (ERG) graduate student in fall 2023. He’s from Ghana and has worked on energy projects in West Africa, particularly power plant construction. He’s interested in decarbonizing electric power grids, global climate change,

“Hi, I’m Keshwanth and I am a second year Environmental Economics and Policy major. I am passionate about preserving our environment and love exploring the vast nuances to solving the climate crisis, whether it be through energy, policy, or economics.

Kaone is a final year Mastercard Foundation scholar from Kanye, Botswana. Prior to her graduate studies, she was an Investment Analyst for the EU & GIZ funded program where she managed a portfolio of 99 female-founded enterprises across Sub-Saharan Africa. In tandem, she