About UC Berkeley’s Center for Environmental Public Policy
The Center for Environmental Public Policy, housed at UC Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy, takes an integrated approach to solving environmental problems and supports the creation and implementation of public policies based on exacting analytical standards that carefully define problems and match them with the most impactful solutions.
Corresponding Author: Amol Phadke
Corresponding Author: David Wooley
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