Bill Collins is a leading climate scientist and co-recipient of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for his work on Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. His research focuses on the changes in the energy balance of the Earth system and the implications of those changes for the future of our climate. He is the director of the Lab’s Climate and Ecosystem Sciences Division and the founding director of Environmental Resilience Accelerator (ERA), a joint initiative between UC Berkeley and Berkeley Lab to solve the critical challenges posed by environmental change.
- By Jove! Methane’s Effects on Sunlight Vary by Region
- First Direct Observation of Carbon Dioxide’s Increasing Greenhouse Effect at the Earth’s Surface
In the news
- Quoted in Marketplace: In a changing climate, how can tech help us survive?
- Quoted in Cosmos: Jupiter and Titan findings underpin troubling news about Earth methane emissions
climate modeling, environmental resilience, droughts, hurricanes