The Oppenheim Lectures Series will now be broadcast by University of California Television. "America's Climate Choices" by Dr. Albert Carnesale will premiere on December 5, 2011.
Executives met to discuss conservation strategies to improve profit margins while benefiting the environment at the 2011 Fall Quarterly Corporate Partner Workshop.
Institute Professor Matt Kahn authored a report for the Property & Environment Research Center.
Green companies raise almost $1.2 billion in the third quarter, a 73% increase from a year earlier. California firms received more than half of that infusion of cash. Overall venture funding was down about 50%.
A graduate of the IoES in 2010, Rodriguez's analysis will appear in the publication "Hydrological Processes."
On October 31, 2011 the world population hit 7 billion. A Global Environment undergraduate class will study the impact of overpopulation in depth.
The University of California is one of the pioneers of sustainability within higher education, and the cost savings associated with being green takes on greater importance as public universities face the budget tax.
IoES Professor Matt Kahn is quoted in an Washington Post piece about California's adoption of a cap-and-trade program.
Institute Director Glen MacDonald is quoted in a Daily Bruin article about a new California program that will regulate greenhouse gas emissions.
The LA Times & BBC reported on the Berkeley Earth Project's new study that confirms global warming trends. This independent group of scientists was established in the wake of Climategate in 2009, which involved claims global warming had been exaggerated.
Ann Carlson, professor of law, IoES faculty member, and faculty director of the UCLA Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment, is quoted in a Bloomberg article about California adopting the nation's most comprehensive "cap-and-trade" system to
LiS is for graduate students interested in business and the environment.
Los Angeles and Beijing have more in common than an atmosphere thick with ever-lingering smog.
Lines of bicycles sat next to scattered tires and frames on the rooftop of an on-campus parking structure.
Latest press about the event co-sponsored by UCLA's Center for Intercultural Performance, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, & Foundation for World Arts.
A handful of lucky UCLA drivers — who unfortunately have long commutes — are about to get a free car, free fuel and free parking for three months.
An interdisciplinary crowd of scientists from around the world gathered on campus Monday for a workshop aimed at shaping UCLA's new Clean Energy Research Center–Los Angeles.
Despite a political logjam in Congress and an economic slowdown that has made even some environmentalists hesitant to spend money on green policies, UCLA Chancellor Emeritus Albert Carnesale remains hopeful that a National Academy of Sciences report calli
UCLA's Luskin Center for Innovation and Los Angeles County debut new manual to expand biking and walking on city streets.
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