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UCLA students participate in environmentally conscious projects that improve Southern California surroundings.
The Huffington Post published a blog by IoES Board Advisor and Producer Lawrence Bender about the Institute's annual gala that recognizes environmental leadership.
Scholarly journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences will publish the Department of Geography scientists' findings.
Jason Mraz and Sarah Silverman to Perform; Amy Smart and Carter Oosterhouse to Emcee.
Dr. Jackson is a professor with the Institute and serves as chair of the environmental health sciences department.
The Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden at UCLA, seeks volunteer docents for its public education program. The 2013 training begins Monday, April 15 at 11 a.m.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa made news at an Institute of the Environment and Sustainability symposium when he announced that L.A. will move off of coal-based energy by 2025.
Latest press on the IoES hosted Urban Sustainability in North American Cities Symposium held February 26 at UCLA.
89.3 KPCC reported on the IoES hosted Urban Sustainability conference featuring L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
Journalist Andrew Revkin blogged about his recent visit to L.A. and the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability in the NY Times.
ACCESS Magazine reports on research funded by the University of California Transportation Center.
On Feb. 20 Zócalo Public Square hosted a panel discussion in partnership with the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability and Environmental Humanities at UCLA.
Institute of the Environment and Sustainability media coverage.
Madeleine Brand from SoCal Connected on KCET talks to UCLA climate scientist Alex Hall and environmental historian Jon Christensen to find out what preparations can be made for the inevitable climate changes to come.
This was a story posted by by SoCal Connected on KCET as part of a series on Climate Change in LA.
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.
IoES' Jon Christensen, an adjunct assistant professor of history, is quoted in a High Country News story about the historical significance of an immense collection of 13,000 U.S. maps dating back to 1929.
The Environmental Science Student Network, now an official UCLA club, connects environmentally conscious students.
Atlantic Monthly video interview with UCLA professor Allison Carruth on the future of food and the future of art-science collaboration.
The LA Times reported on Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Chair and IoES Professor Dan Blumstein's annual Groundhog Day celebration on Feb. 1.
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