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With biking on the rise at UCLA, the campus unveiled the first automated bike counter on a university campus, and the first in Los Angeles, on Nov. 22.
The bike counter on Strathmore Drive is the first in Southern California, and is the only one installed on a college campus in the country.
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and IoES Professor Bob Wayne led a new study published in the journal Science.
On November 15 university officials will reveal the initiative's first environmental sustainability project.
The Week reported on Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Chair and IoES Professor Dan Blumstein and former student Taylor Cook's paper, "The omnivores dilemma: Diet explains variation in vulnerability to vehicle collision."
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and IoES Professor Yoram Cohen and engineering graduate student Zita Yu are developing 'vertical wetlands' to ease water use.
Environmental Science alumna Vanessa Goh converts a class project into a career.
The Southwest Climate Science Center reviewed Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis.
KCRW 89.9 FM interviewed IoES Director Glen MacDonald about the Pritzker Family Foundation's $15M donation to support environment and sustainability research.
UCLA's Alex Hall and Jon Christensen appeared with IoES Board member and filmmaker Lawrence Bender on HuffPostLive's Nerd Forum with Josh Zepps.
This special topic course aims to develop outdoor science activities for the disadvantaged youth that attend UCLA's UniCamp.
A $15-million donation to UCLA is going to bolster environmental studies and start a new prize for innovation in sustainability, officials announced Wednesday.
This gift to the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability creates endowments for multiple faculty positions, the Center for Urban Sustainability, and the $100,000 Pritzker Prize in Sustainability.
The Institute of the Environment and Sustainability's first graduate is Rutgers University's new Senior Transportation Planner.
Meet brand-new additions to the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability student roster.
The new campaign will sponsor transformative, interdisciplinary projects led by faculty across campus.
The San Francisco Chronicle featured an op-ed by IoES Director Glen MacDonald about the Rim Fire currently burning in Yosemite, climate change, and what cities can do in the future to lessen the impact of major wildfires.
The Los Angeles Times published an op-ed by Center for Tropical Research Director Tom Smith about
the country's conservation challenges and actions needed to protect the region's natural resources.
IoES and Department of History Adjunct Assistant Professor Jon Christensen authored a New Yorker commentary about the proposed mode of high-speed transportation envisioned by entrepreneur Elon Musk.
Ever wish Los Angeles traffic moved better? It might if more commuters followed UCLA's example by using more alternative transportation and fewer cars.
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