- Climate change trends and impacts on California agriculture: A detailed review. by Tapan Pathak, Mahesh Maskey, Jeff Dhalberg, Faith Kearns, Khaled Bali, and Daniele Zaccaria (Agronomy 2018)
- California’s Massive Fires Reveal Our Illusion of Control Over Disasters, by Faith Kearns (Bay Nature 2017)
- California fire damage to homes is less ‘random’ than it seems, by Faith Kearns (The Conversation 2017)
- Building climate change resilience in California through UC Cooperative Extension, by Ted Grantham, Faith Kearns, Susie Kocher, Tapan Pathak, and Leslie Roche (CalAg 2017)
- Loss for words: Art, language and the challenges of living on a changing planet, by Faith Kearns (The Conversation 2016)
- Fighting Climate Change Will Take More Than Science, by Faith Kearns (published at The Conversation and New Republic 2016)
- A relational approach to climate change: Working with people and conflict, by Faith Kearns, chapter in Climate Change Across the Curriculum 2015
- What would it take to end California’s drought?, by Faith Kearns and Doug Parker (published at The Conversation and Newsweek 2015)
- Californian drought: Challenges for farmers and city dwellers, by Doug Parker and Faith Kearns (BBC 2015)
- California’s water paradox: why enough will never be enough, by Doug Parker and Faith Kearns (published at The Conversation, Newsweek, and California Journal of Politics and Policy 2015)
- The Art and Science of Waiting (for Rain), by Faith Kearns
- 5 Key Facts about the California Drought—and 5 Ways We’re Responding to It, by Faith Kearns
- Research Summary: Soil Type, Crop, and Irrigation Technique Affect Nitrogen Leaching to Groundwater.
- Institute director Doug Parker is a member of the California Climate Change Consortium, which issued the report, Climate Change Consortium for Specialty Crops - Impacts and Strategies for Resilience (pdf).
- A.J. Gold, D. Parker, R.M. Waskom, J. Dobrowolski, M. O’Neill, et al. 2013. Advancing water resource management in agricultural, rural, and urbanizing watersheds: Why land-grant universities matter. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 68(4):337-348. doi:10.2489/jswc.68.4.337