IoES works with journalists and the media in several ways. We’re available to help connect you to sources. We have our finger on the pulse of emerging stories in Los Angeles, around California, and internationally. And we offer journalism and media fellowships in environment and sustainability.
So much light, so few panels. Why isn't there more solar power in sun-drenched Los Angeles? The technology is there, but the will is not. But that's changing fast.
Whether you live, work or play in the City of Los Angeles, everyone agrees – Los Angeles can do better with its transportation system.
This collaboration aims to develop technologies that can be utilized on a international level.
IoES graduates visited the Environmental Science Practicum class to talk to current seniors about life after commencement.
The University of California Television (UCTV) is now broadcasting this program.
UCLA life scientists and colleagues have produced the most comprehensive mathematical model ever devised to track the health of populations exposed to environmental change.
Associate Director of UCLA Events and Transportation Penny Menton works on alternative transportation programs.
See profiles of some outstanding IoES graduates.
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This Environmental Science Senior Practicum study will help promote wildlife preservation in the region.
IoES Center for Climate Change Solutions Executive Director Paul Bunje discussed a new climate report with Fox 11 News.
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."
LiS is for graduate students interested in business and the environment.
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.
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