By Tetra Balestri, Student Contributor
By Tetra Balestri, Student Contributor
Telling people how much pollution they could prevent is more likely to reduce power use than touting cost savings
By Chris Mooney Originally published by the Washington Post The suburbs have had it rough in the last few years. The 2008-2009 economic collapse led to waves of foreclosures in suburbia, as home prices plummeted. More recently, census data suggest … Continued
By Rebecca Kendall Originally posted in UCLA Newsroom A team of seven UCLA environmental science students has created a website that shows how emissions from local factories are impacting air quality in Los Angeles County. Cal EcoMaps, launched this month, … Continued
By Brian M. Sterz, UCLA Anderson FEMBA Class of 2014
Originally posted by the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate
The Los Angeles Business Journal published an op-ed by Professor Matt Kahn about how neighborhoods and cities will be impacted by climate change.
An Oppenheim Lecture with Lisa Jackson, Vice President, Environmental Initiatives, Apple and Former Administrator, U.S. EPA
IoES and Anderson School of Management Professor Magali Delmas and colleagues conducted a study on the validity of data obtained from corporate social responsibility assessments.
The Institute’s Corporate Partners Program hosted a workshop on the future of corporate sustainability reporting on Nov. 14 at UCLA.
IoES and Anderson School of Management Professor Magali Delmas is the recipient of this inaugural honor.
The Institute of the Environment and Sustainability has been chosen by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help find innovative ways to increase public awareness of toxic chemical releases.
Magali Delmas, professor of management at the IoES, is the lead author of a study featured in the Summer 2013 edition of the MIT Sloan Management Review.
Executives and researchers met on May 8 to discuss the challenges and opportunities raised by sustainable supply chain management at a workshop conducted by the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability’s Corporate Partners Program.
A research proposal initiated by IoES and Anderson School of Management’s Magali Delmas received $25,000 funding from the UCLA Transdisciplinary Seed Grant program.
UCLA Professor Magali Delmas received a $446,912 grant from the National Science Foundation for her ongoing research tracking energy use in individual homes and testing what motivates people to reduce their power usage.
The UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability is offering a post-doctoral position in Energy Conservation and Sustainability.
The UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability is offering a post-doctoral position in Business Sustainability.
Members of UCLA’s Cal Delta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon aim to minimize their outgoing waste by converting to compostable, plant-based cups through partnerships with local businesses.
The Institute’s Corporate Partners Program, in collaboration with the UCLA Anderson School of Management’s Fink Center for Finance & Investments, hosted a symposium on the economics of environmental corporate practices on Jan. 16 at Korn Convocation Hall.
IoES Director Glen MacDonald commends Bayer’s commitment to high-performance buildings.
The 2012 Manatt Energy Forum co-hosted by the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability featured Congressman Kevin McCarthy as the keynote speaker.
This video, “Future Africa Wants” was produced by Shirley Neal on behalf of Afrique Expansion. The video examines Cameroon’s role in making Sustainable Development a priority.
Charles Corbett, professor of operations and environmental management at the Anderson School of Management and IoES, was quoted in a New Zealand Herald article about the eco-labeling of consumer goods.
Latest coverage of the new study by Institute of the Environment and Sustainability Professor Magali Delmas.