Release of the Spring 2011 Southern California Environmental Report Card
The UCLA sustainability process aims to be a catalyst for optimism in advancing sustainable solutions to global challenges and achieving stable human coexistence with the natural systems on which society depends. Utilizing innovative operations, ground-breaking educational programs and cutting-edge research, UCLA strives to “practice what we teach” by engaging in ongoing sustainability efforts across campus.
"UCLA: A Living Laboratory for Sustainability" by Nurit Katz, UCLA Sustainability Coordinator and Cully Nordby, Academic Director, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability and Chair, UCLA Sustainability Committee examines the various sustainability initiatives UCLA has developed including: green buildings, energy cogeneration, climate action plan, sustainable transportation, multidisciplinary research, waste management, sustainable food practices and sustainable business education, habitat restoration, regional collaboration, future technology, water conservation and health and medical enterprise.
The UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability’s Southern California Environmental Report Card, including all past issues, is available in electronic form at http://www.environment.ucla.edu/reportcard.
Published: Thursday, April 07, 2011