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The Failure of Environmental Education (And How We Can Fix It) by Charles Saylan and UCLA's Daniel T. Blumstein was selected by Time Magazine as an education book to check out.
Learn the final outcomes of the ten Education for Sustainable Living Program Action Research Team projects.
The LA Times featured a Q&A with Albert Carnesale, UCLA chancellor emeritus, professor of public policy and aerospace engineering, and IoES Affiliate, about the Fukushima nuclear crisis, the future of nuclear energy, and his role on the U.S. Dept. of Ener
Held Sunday, June 12, 2011 at UCLA's Korn Convocation Hall.
Philip Rundel, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and IoES Professor, is the recipient of a 2011 Distinguished Teaching Award.
Professor Jenny Jay, Civil and Environmental Engineering and Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, is the first Pritzker Fellow.
A Sierra Club article mentioned UCLA's ongoing efforts to make eating on campus more environmentally friendly.
Institute of the Environment & Sustainability Graduation, June 12, 2011
UCLA Chancellor Gene Block cited research grants that will support ground-breaking labs to study sustainable energy and environmental engineering in his summary of the past year's achievements.
The California Landscape Conservation Cooperative (CA LCC) awarded more than $831,000 for climate science projects in California.
The world's leading expert on cacti biology, UCLA plant physiological ecologist Park S. Nobel is an evangelist for the environmental benefits of the fleshy, water-wise plants known as succulents — and he’s turned his backyard in Southern California’s excl
Dr. Richard Jackson, Chair, Environmental Health Sciences Dept. and Professor, IoES and Urban Planning Dept., is on the Leadership Council that developed this National Conversation on Public Health and Chemical Exposures Action Agenda.
The Associated Press and LA Times reported on a study involving John Froines, Environmental Health Sciences and IoES Professor, that will examine the effect of high-toxicity emissions from a San Bernardino rail yard on surrounding communities.
Highlights of the UCLA La Kretz Center for California Conservation Science Public Lecture: "California, conservation, and the globe: Why we need to close the culture gap and all become Mahbsters."
School of Law and IoES Professor Ann Carlson wrote on op-ed about Germany's decision to phase out their nuclear power plants.
The Leaders in Sustainability certificate program aims to provide a mechanism for graduate students at UCLA to pursue their interests in sustainability and collaborate with students from different fields.
The Institute of the Environment and Sustainability Corporate Partners Program hosted a discussion on the pros and cons of measuring the product, operation, and supply chain footprints of businesses, finding opportunities to make the approach actionable,
The Green Initiative Fund is a grant-making fund for sustainability projects at UCLA and other UC campuses.
The Associated Press and RedOrbit reported on genetic research by Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and IoES Professor Robert Wayne indicating that wolves in the eastern U.S. are hybrids of gray wolves and coyotes and that eastern coyotes are wolf-coyote-d
Former IoES Director Mary Nichols and current IoES Professor Matt Kahn were quoted in an International Herald Tribune article about legal challenges to greenhouse gas emissions laws in California and nationwide.
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