UCLA's Institute of the Environment and Sustainability will proudly celebrate its 3rd annual Evening of Environmental Excellence on Friday, March 21. Hosted by Cheryl Hines, the event will honor the extraordinary environmental accomplishments of Lawrence Bender, climate change activist and producer of An Inconvenient Truth, Linkin Park, founders of disaster response group Music for Relief and U.S. Representative Henry Waxman, congressional environmental leader. The Grammy Award-winning band will also perform at the unforgettable evening. Proceeds from the gala will benefit the Institute’s research and education efforts.
Saving water starts with us. Join us to learn simple ways to save water and money in our homes and gardens.
Corner of Grand View & Venice
Exploring Asian American Identity and Social Justice through Photography
Room 4320 Public Affairs Building
Join policy leaders and advisors, stakeholders, practitioners, and researchers at the 7th annual UCLA Downtown Los Angeles Forum on Transportation, Land Use, and the Environment.
Japanese American Museum
This weeklong workshop runs from March 22-27, 2014, explores the relationship between conservation problems and their solutions using genomic-level data. Hands-on training, a high faculty-student ratio, and discussions with agency biologists are some of the course highlights.
UCLA La Kretz Field Station
A symposium on the recent linkage of the California and Quebec cap-and-trade programs and its implication for broader international climate cooperation.
Presented by Professor and Director Rajit Gadh, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering & IoES and UCLA Smart Grid Energy Research Center
La Kretz Hall, Suite 300
Sponsored by the UCLA Environmental Justice Initiative, this event explores the intersection between race, class, gender, and environmental issues using creative expression.
3rd floor commons & patio
An Oppenheim Lecture featuring Thomas Smith Director, Center for Tropical Research, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
"Biological invasions: What's new, and why the controversy", by Professor Daniel Simberloff, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville
King Gillette Ranch, Calabasas
Each syear IoES hosts or co-sponsors close to 100 events on- and off-campus. Seminars, conferences, and documentary screenings allow us to bring in experts and engage with the community on critical environment and sustainability issues.